Mayan Calendar

Ok. Christians are not having enough fun scaring their kids with the devil, demons, or eturnal damnation, so now they must borrow some horrors from another religion. I read on the ABC News site how some parent are planning on killing their kids so that they do not suffer when the world ends on dec 21st. The kids are going to school asking about this. What the ____! Superstition is dangerous!
Darwinandscience Darwinandscience
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3 Responses Dec 4, 2012

"I read on the ABC News site how some parent are planning on killing their kids so that they do not suffer when the world ends on dec 21st."

Lemme guess... that never happened.

I'm not buying any 2013 calendars.... They go on sale round about mid-january. I wonder whether it will be worth buying a Mayan Calendar as a momento.

Christians have nothing to do with this december 21 doomsday belief. It is the New Agers that have been the main pushers of this belief. Christians give no honor to the supposed prophecies of pagan cultures. This has all come from non-Christian interpretors of a mayan pagan calander.

It is still an example of superstition being dangerous.

Well i agree. End times Christian belief clearly states that No one will know the Date of the last day. So the guys who have stated the date 21st of december 2012 cannot be Christian.

How many preacher have caused an uproar by giving a date for "Christ's return?" There is one I like to laugh at on t.v. Jack Van Imp. Every week he will tell the audience when the world will end. How does he stay on tv? Because Christians keep buying his crap. Yes, I do believe if they are gullible enough for that they will fall for anything. They say I need God, well I say they need science.

Because many Christians don't read the bible. Simple as that. If they did then they would read Jesus saying:

Matthew 24
36 “But of that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven,[e] but My Father only.

Christians who don't take personal responsability for their faith are open to Con artists like jack van imp who flease them of their money and teach them garbage like the prosperity doctrine. Nothing but a cargo cult.

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