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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Should Christians Be Concerned About The Year 2012?

As you've just read, José Argüelles (born in 1939) was the first person to predict a doomsday in 2012. As with most other scams, it's always something "new" that no one ever discovered before. As a general rule, I've become leery of anything "new." There've been 400 "new" English bibles since the trustworthy King James Bible was first published in 1611. Has the English language changed that much in 400 years? Of course not. It's all about money. Satan exploits man's greed for money to control him and cause him to do evil. People will do just about anything nowadays to make money, including stripping naked to be videotaped for all to see on TV. It is evil beyond our imagination in the eyes of God.

I've met numerous people who are really afraid of what may happen on December 21, 2012; but there need be any fear for the Christian. The 2012 scare is rooted in New Age occultism. The Bible does not reveal the time when the Lord will return, nor when the world as we know it will end. Interestingly, as evidenced in the preceding quote, mainstream Mayanist scholars do not agree with the 2012 doomsday scenario. I certainly would think that the Mayan people know their own calendar better than anyone else.

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