do you believe in the APOCALIPSE and the final judgement of God?

@utanyto (413)
Romania
January 12, 2007 7:58am CST
it is said in the Bible that when we humans reach the apogee in all possible domains God will interfear in all our plans leaving only the good people to rule the earth.
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@manong05 (5029)
• Philippines
12 Jan 07
There is a final judgement mentioned in the Bible but not in the way you put it. Anyway, I believe in the Apocalypse and in the final judgement.
@utanyto (413)
• Romania
12 Jan 07
all right,that is your opinion,but can`t you give you more information about what you have mentioned recently?
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12 Jan 07
I believe that the only judgement we will ever face is survival of the fittest, if you can't run fast enough, you die to put it simply. Even if there is a God I think the bible got it slightly muddeled, apocalipse is NOT the action of a loving God who cares about her (yes, god is female) creation. Darwin rules.
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12 Jan 07
Ok, so two people ate an apple which God had told them not to. That is not my fault and God knows it and if God loves me, he won't punish me for it. He said himself that there is no one who hasn't sinned.
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• United States
3 Feb 07
...no when he endowed thinking ability to angel and man, a whole new world (or tree) of possibilities 'came to be'. This is because rationality includes, sooner or later, the ability to choose. Why'd he/she wait so long before creating the universe and man and woman? waiting not only until the first bound-to-occur rebel thought occurred, but until that thought fully ripened into insurrection and trickery? So all mankind (and angel) would take this unavoidable journey together.. But! Since God is Perfection (and Life, itself, the Life force) Well because God is Perfection, the end result of all this, can only be the absolute best end result.
@mantis36 (4237)
• Philippines
2 Jul 11
it seems 5 years plus already passed but the apocalypse doesn't come....
@jdvoid (11)
• Portugal
17 Jun 07
It's not only in the bible, but in many other religious traditions too. Unfortunately, I think that we're not very far from the moment when this will happen. It's only a natural cycle and, of course, not everyone will die. However, I disagree with the Jehova witness type of prophecy. Things are never that simple. The population will be decimated, and we don't even need god to interfere to achieve that. We're doing it ourselves with things such as global warming and wars. We can only carry on with our lives the best we can and hope for the best... Cheers, -jdvoid