Naturally, someone has also created a Facebook page to poke some gentle fun at the doomsday prediction. It's called "Post-Rapture Looting," and it has garnered more than 280,000 "attending" votes. The page states: "When everyone is gone and god's not looking, we need to pick up some sweet stereo equipment and maybe some new furniture for the mansion we're going to squat in."
So many just cannot untangle the maze of what happens when, as well as where and to whom—and why!” and goes on “For Christians, the Judgment Day question begins with what Jesus said about His Return: “Watch therefore, for you know neither the day nor the hour wherein the Son of man comes” (Matt. 25:13). If people were reading even such basic verses, they would never worry about May 21, 2011, because no one knows the day of Christ’s Return: “
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