I think I may have stumbled upon the most wacko fundamentalist religious site on the net, or an amazingly clever parody. Unfortunately I think it’s the former.
Have a look at this picture, and then read the following text taken from the website:
The Seven Thousand Years of Human History
By my calculations, according to this we are at year 6007. Seven years into the “Rapture”, the “Second Coming” and rise of the “Antichrist”. Hmm, I seem to have missed all them.
Yes, I know this is dated 1918, but read what Tim Morton at Preserved Words has to say:
Although Clarence Larkin’s The Second Coming of Christ is over 85 years old, the material found in it has been little improved upon in the succeeding years. By the estimation of many Bible believers Larkin was the most insightful and well-equipped Bible student of his day, and even unto this present day. His books are filled with Bible truth and his charts are absolutely phenomenal.
We recently scanned this 71 page book with all its charts and woodcut images to make it freely available to all who seek knowledge of the Lord’s return. As far as we know it is the only version of this valuable work available.
“his charts are absolutely phenomenal” – Absolutely phenomenally wrong!
I might download their Bible Analyzer software when I get a chance (damn dialup, damn Hel$tra) it could be good for a laugh. It may even provide a useful tool to combat the “that’s not what’s in the bible” brigade, or to find a certain verse.
Heads up to Tiny Frog, who also gives us some background on some of the other ‘Rapture’ maniacs.