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If it proves not to be the case, I would simply conclude that I was wrong. Actually, it would not be unless the Rapture did not occur within the first 2 months of 2004 that I would begin to doubt the general time frame for the Rapture that I believe is in several ways indicated...

Douglas, ARN Discussion Forum 6 Comments [6/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Dragon83uk

Well, how does he feel now? 4 years on....

8/29/2008 1:15:07 PM

naturally_deselected

It'll probably be along the lines of Pat Robertson's explanation when his prophecy of a terror attack in 2007 failed.

"All I can think is that somehow the people of God prayed and God in his mercy spared us."

5/27/2009 5:40:47 PM

Kanna

Spin it, Douglas!

1/19/2017 8:57:54 PM

Anon-e-moose

>2003

Actually, it would not be unless the Rapture did not occur within the first 2 months of 2004 that I would begin to doubt the general time frame for the Rapture that I believe is in several ways indicated...


...eight years later; two ways, to be exact: May and October 2011.

Harold Camping was so wrong, he died of a stroke, such was the effect of Great Disappointments II & III.

Another six years later, you continue to be proved wrong.

Enjoy your Great Disappointment on midnight every 24 hours: in that rusty old U-Boat named HMS Dunning-Kruger in a certain river in Egypt. [/Ruptured Retards]


1/19/2017 11:11:15 PM

freako104

You were WRONG

1/19/2017 11:23:04 PM

Shepard Solus

@freako104
I'm sure he has an excuse detailing how he was actually dead on but then Yahweh changed his mind again.

1/20/2017 8:37:33 AM

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