Breaking News: Family Radio Prepared to Admit it was Wrong about the Rapture

Via Joel Watts and Peter Kirk I learned that Family Radio, Harold Camping’s organization, has said that if the Rapture has not occurred by midnight Jerusalem time tonight, they were wrong. In related news, Deirdre Good has a round-up of scholars talking about the Rapture. [Read more...]

Respect God’s Privacy

Over at the blog’s new home on Patheos, I just shared some thoughts on “respecting God’s privacy.” [Read more...]

Respect God’s Privacy

After a failed prediction of the Rapture or the end of the world, there are always a variety of reactions: some are disappointed, some relieved, some unsurprised, some smug, some frustrated. What should not be missed, however, is that we live in a world in which, on the one hand, some people actively seek and [Read More...]

Feeling Certain vs. Being Right

The feeling of certainty is easy to acquire. Actually being right is much harder to accomplish, and having good reasons for feeling confident that you are right is harder still. Cross-posted from Patheos [Read more...]

Feeling Certain vs. Being Right

The feeling of certainty is easy to acquire. Actually being right is much harder to accomplish, and having good reasons for feeling confident that you are right is harder still. [Read more...]

Vote for your favorite biblioblogs!

Daniel McClellan asks for your votes. Just because this blog has moved to Patheos doesn’t mean you can’t vote for it! [Read more...]

Vote for this month’s favorite Biblioblogs

What better way to celebrate the move of Exploring Our Matrix to its new home here at Patheos, than to submit your vote for this blog for the monthly Top 10 Biblioblogs? Click through to Daniel McClellan’s blog for information on how to vote. [Read more...]

Post-Rapture Blogging Round-Up

Over at the blog’s new home on Patheos, I’ve posted a post-Rapture blogging round-up. [Read more...]

Post-Rapture Blogging Round-Up

A variety of blogs have some reflections on the latest instance of the Rapture failing to occur when someone predicted it would. Joel Watts derives an idea for a meme from John Loftus, and asks how you think Harold Camping will excuse himself and his prediction in light of their failure. I’ll join the fun [Read More...]


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