Judgment Day Explained (via Benjamin Euler)

Then end of the world is a fascinating topic. The idea of setting a date for it, however, is pretty ridiculous since scripture clearly says that “the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night” (2 Peter 3:10). I like Benjamin Euler’s explanation of the May 21st date.

Judgment Day Explained For those of you in Rio Linda, it’s really quite simple. You take the number of atonement, 5 (yes), the number of completeness, 10 (of course), and the number of heaven, 17 (no argument there)…and multiply them all together. Square the sum (naturally), and arrive at 722,500 days. Add 722,500 from the number of days since the crucifixion, adjust for the Gregorian calendar’s implementation, and bingo, you know without a shadow of a doubt that May … Read More

via Benjamin Euler

Actually, I always understood that the number of completeness was 7. . .

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