My name is Kelly and I was raised in the Lutheran church until I was 13 years old. That’s when, after 3 years of confirmation classes, the church refused to confirm me a member because I had missed taking a test and completing a homework assignment.
I wasn’t the only kid they refused to confirm. There was a boy who hadn’t been able to be in Sunday school every week because his parents got divorced and he spent every other weekend in another town. They refused to confirm him…Continue
Hey all, with the shadow of impending doom looming over us tomorrow, May 21, I thought I'd invite some of you heathens over to my bar for a Judgment Day/Rapture party. This is a shameless plug, sorry if this is frowned upon, but...I own a bar called Valhalla on 54th St and 9th Avenue in Manhattan. Lots of unintentional symbolism there, Valhalla being a mythical (maybe not?) beer hall heaven in the sky for Viking warriors, and being located in Hells Kitchen.
Heard about, talked about, and even plastered on the side of semi-trucks, May 21st and October 21st seem to be a very important date.
Apparently, the 21st of May is "Judgment Day", where...
"By God’s grace and tremendous mercy, He is giving us advanced warning as to what He is about to do. On Judgment Day, May 21st, 2011, this 5-month period of…Continue
I'm curious abouth the Christian Judgment Day/Armageddon. It is my understanding that Christians (in general) believe that when you die you either go to heaven or hell. Simple Enough.
So what's happening to you on Judgment Day? If your eternal fate was chosen for you at the time of death....then what is there to judge on the "Last Day"? You've already been judged at the time of death. So whats the point of Judgment day? Why all the hype?