eBible Fellowship expects the world to end today. The U.S.-based online religious cult announced that October 7th is apocalipse day, in a gleeful online post.
eBible Fellowship, led by Chris McCann is based in Philadelphia. Mr. McCann is a believer and dedicates his time to studying the Bible and spreading the word to his followers. The presumption that the eBible Fellowship is a church by its own has been refuted. However, followers of the cult meet regularly once a month to discuss the teachings of the Bible.
Now, Chris McCann took the community’s Facebook page to announce that the eBible Fellowship expects the world to end today. Purge by fire is their verdict. The website of the cult also motivates the announcement. On October 7th, the 10,000 days of judgement will come to an end. This is the last day, according to McCann’s calculations, of the Feast of Tabernacles.
“According to what the Bible is presenting, it does appear that October 7th will be the day that God has spoken of: in which the world will pass away”.
We survived the blood moon week, another event shrouded in mystery, mysticism and apocalypse day predictions. However, according to McCann, that was just the advent of the world’s end. Today marks the day scribbled down in the Bible. Other, more lenient predictions, explain how the blood moon week in September is just the trigger of a long chain of events that will lead to the world’s demise in about seven year’s time.
If you scroll through the comments left on the eBible Fellowship page, you will find a hoard of skeptics denouncing the prediction as a means of drawing attention. One comment reads:
“Let’s make a deal, eBible Fellowship. We’ll all go along with your belief that the world will end on Wednesday and make our preparations; but in return, if it doesn’t end, you must take down your website and Facebook account, and stop dumbing down the rest of society. Fair, right?”
The fact that the eBible Fellowship expects the world to end today is based on similar predictions made as far back as 2011. Harold Camping, a California-based Christian radio host signaled over radio waves that apocalypse day would come on May 21st, 2011. After redoing the math, the date was changed to October of the same year. As we’re still around after the date, the radio host of Family Radio retired and in 2013, passed away.
McCann however believes that his predictions were in fact accurate. May 21st 2011 would have marked the date when God stopped judgement of churchgoers. Ever since, people who aren’t too close to the church have been in the spotlight. According to the eBible Fellowship, the holy texts indicates that God would devote precisely 1,600 days to judging and selecting non-churchgoers.
As the 1,600 days come to completion on October 7th according to McCann’s calculations, the eBible Fellowship expects the world to end today.
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