Christian Cult That Predicted Wednesday’s World Annihilation Will Study Bible for Revised Deadline
The end is still coming! It is just a little delayed, that is all.
Chris McCann, head of the eBible fellowship, originally predicted that the world would end on October 7.
“Since it is now 8 October it is now obvious that we were incorrect regarding the world’s ending on the 7th,” McCann said.
Instead of moving on, the group is scanning the bible to find the revised date that the world will end on.
“Well, a strong likelihood means that something was pretty well set to happen (in this case according to the biblical evidence),” he said. “Yet there is a possibility it may not happen.
“So it was surprising that it did not occur. But the comforting thing is that God’s will is always perfect.”
Raw Story reports:
The eBible Fellowship believed that Camping’s 21 May 2011 was actually “judgment day”. The fellowship thus claimed the world would end 1,600 days from that date: hence 7 October 2015.
McCann said “one of the big pieces of evidence” in his prediction was that 7 October 2015 was the last day of the feast of the tabernacles, or sukot. (Most online sources say sukot ended on 5 October.)
“Once the last day of the feast passed it soon became apparent that we were incorrect about the world’s conclusion on [7 October],” McCann said.
While the world did not end, McCann said on Thursday it would be obliterated “soon”.
“I also know that God knows exactly when that end will come,” he said. “So we’ll keep studying the Bible to see what we can learn.”
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