It’s the End of the World As We Know It …

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Katherine Boyle’s recent story about a Florida man who (for as little as $4.99) will send your handwritten letters to your family if they’re left behind after the Rapture is creating some buzz over at Richard Dawkins’ atheist meet-and-greet. Turns out the man behind the Post-Rapture Post, Joshua Witter, isn’t the only one trying to […]

  • Anonymous

    Can you guess why no one thought up such a cockamamie “letter” scheme until just recently? It’s because NO Christian theology and NO organized church before 1830 ever heard of an “any-moment, pre-tribulation rapture” – and because there was no pretrib rapture, there were no opportunistic pretrib rapture sellers (I almost said “con men”). Current Google articles exposing the birth and early development of the 177-year-old pretrib rapture fantasy include “Pretrib Rapture Diehards” (note LaHaye’s hypocrisy under “1992”), “Revisers of Pretrib Rapture History,” and “Thomas Ice (Bloopers)” – items the above “letter carriers” hope you will never read! M.E.

  • Anonymous

    Why not make a million on the Rapture? The Pixwit’s been trying to give this tidy amount to some worthy born-aginner forever now… but no takers yet: