Different Cultures, Yet Amazingly Similar

In this corner, the Evangelical Left Behind End Times Mapper-Outer.

In this corner, the Catholic Three Days of Darkness End Times Mapper-Outer.

I’m a Pan-Millenialist.  I think it will all pan out in the end.

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  • Thomas D/

    Pan-Millenialist Heh Heh Heh.
    My theory is simple, when you get the feeling the Jews in 70AD had it good..well…
    It fits in with the Eschatology notes in the Catechism (675-677).

  • jeff

    I thought we were post-tribulational a-millenialists? We don’t get raptured and miss the apostasy and coming of the antichrist, we’ll have to live through it.

  • Ted Seeber

    I’m a sola-millenialist; I believe that we’ve lived through the end times several times, and that we will experience the end times personally, and we don’t know the hour or the day because the end of the world comes several million times every day and new worlds begin all the time.

    Either that or you shall not know the hour or the day is promise rather than prophecy, and as long as idiots keep predicting the end of the world it will never happen.

    • Ted Seeber

      I also hold that Either to be the Catholic Either meaning AND.

  • antigon

    Did you notice that the RC site is too perfectly run by none other than the Kookier-ski family, tho they spell it Cukierski – honest.

  • Alister

    As an emergency services volunteer, I predict I will be very busy come the end-times.