Debunking Christian Numerology

Debunking Christian Numerology
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Self-proclaimed Christian numerologist David Meade is at it again. This time, though, he's saying that the world is going to end on April 23rd.

It's on the front page of the USAToday and the Drudge Report right now.

Worse yet, he's now brought international policy issues into the discussion (another subject area for which he has no academic credentials, like his “Christian numerology”). He's now predicting that a nuclear conflict will also occur this month.

But before you panic and make an emergency trip to the grocery store or run to break out that apocalyptic survival gear, know that this isn't Meade's first rodeo. He's predicted that the world would end not once, but twice already this year. Again, before getting into a tizzy and starting to think that maybe this could finally be the real deal, I want you to notice something: we're all still here.

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