Yo, End Of The World Enthusiasts: Here’s What Jesus Said About STORMS

Published on September 8, 2017

Just like clockwork: every time a storm, or an eclipse, or a Stock Market Drop comes along, predictably, doomsday prophets show up to feast on the panic.

We’ve had boneheads who announced the end of the world before.

Harold Camping told us it would be 2011. (We’re still here.)

There was the panic in 2012, with the end of the Mayan calendar. Do you remember that scare? (We’re still here.)

There was the Y2K panic.

Some other moron has said history is taking the big dirt nap sometime soon.

All of these predictions wind up on history’s scrap heap of bad ideas.

What Jesus had to say about goofy predictions and real storms is a helluva lot more helpful for real life.

Doug and Rich break it down here:

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