This was just a bit too good to pass up.

"Pastor John Hagee: Tuesday’s ‘blood moon’ eclipse signals the end of the world"

Having four chances to see lunar eclipses over the next year or so is pretty cool, but having a chance to laugh at religious nutballs is nice too.

Hope you have good viewing weather tonight.  If you're on the right side of the ball to get God's message, of course.

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It'd be cool to see the eclipse tonight here in St. Louis, but it's been overcast and chilly all day here. Don't see that changing anytime before tonight.

As far as Hagee goes, his next actually logical, compassionate statement will undoubtedly be his first.

I can't verify what pastor John Hagee said, but if he did say "Tuesday's blood moon eclipse signals the end of the world" I can help him out on what it really means and signals. Tuesday's "blood moon" eclipse will most likely be a blood moon eclipse. I hope that helps you John.

What happens here is that the fundy theists believe the book of Revelation to be something that "reveals" our "end times" before the world comes to an end. It doesn't matter that this book was not the only choice for the  Buybull, or that most of it occured in ancient times. Revelation 6:12 speaks of it and so does Acts 2:20. If an eclipse occurs naturally at certain times, how could this be what the scripture means? An eclipse does not last very long. One would think that the moon "turning to blood" would be a constant thing to be valid and assure the faithful that the end is coming. Poor Hagee is like the boy who cried wolf. It doesn't matter. A lot of people will believe him.

Also interesting here is that in our moon landing some had said that it fulfilled the "moon turning to blood" because flesh and blood had landed there. We are all still here, and so much for that issue.

One of my young nephews got hysterical during the last blood moon.He thought the world was ending. To much hellfire and damnation preached at the fundie church he was forced to attend.
That seems very much like child abuse to me.

I'm reminded of a quote by the humorist, P.J. O'Rourke.

"Making fun of born-again Christians is like hunting dairy cows with a high powered rifle and a scope."

Oh, yeah ... THAT...

Yep. That's the one!

ROFL Exactly!

IF the world ends, I hope he's included in that...."the world" would be better off with him and all like him

What, AGAIN???  I seem to recall a lunar eclipse and a "blood moon" maybe 30 or so years ago.  Did THAT portend the end of the world?  Apparently not, and it's a sufficiently common phenomenon that this particular one would need to distinguish itself a touch further.

Meantime, the christers continue to indulge in wishful thinking, hoping their savior will come back to take the responsibility for their lives away from them ... because it's just too much of a weight to bear.

Ooooooh, I'm scared.

They can't ruin Zombie Jesus Day. That's when he comes out of his cave, sees his shadow, and we have six more weeks... No, wait a minute. It's when the bunny rabbits push the stone away from the cave then shit chocolate eggs that are hidden in the lawn. Yeah, that's the ticket!

I checked and in the first book of "Pessimisms" it says Our world shall not end until all that is written in the  holy books of Game of Thrones is revealed to the world.




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