Tuesday, May 24, 2011


Our old buddy Harold Camping is at it again, and again, and again...

It seems he has admitted "mathematical error" in his calculations for the end-of-the-world effective date, as usual.    Oh, but he has found out that the world will end October 21... maybe.  He could be wrong (again), you know.

If it were not for these and all the other ne'er-do-wells in the world today, we would be a sorry lot-- bored out of our minds, with nearly perfect lifestyles and overflowing self-righteousness. Thanks, Mr. Camping, for giving us, Christians and non-Christians alike, something to talk about. Really!

But I digress. False teachers and crooked salesmen always repeat themselves, using different words. They inspire, in an unfavorable way, "the rest of us" to  look hard at ourselves and our beliefs in order to come up with something more solid than the thin air of falsehood that almost-- or already has -- sucked us in.

Thursday, May 19, 2011


The nice thing about blogging is you can post a link to something which you are interested in, and hope someone "out there" in cyberspace can relate to it and comment on it as well.

Such is the case with the "end of the world" predictions which crop up every now and then.

Now we have another case in point: Harold Camping and his perennial Bible-twisting doctrinal nightmares, also known as false teachings. Mr. Camping has once again "predicted" the Second Coming of Jesus Christ and the end of the "universe" (see video in linked story).

I can assure you, and myself, that God will not destroy the universe on Saturday. I have been exploring, along with a friend of mine who has been following this "wild goose chase" longer than I have, a theological construct of the end-times called preterism

Today's headlines about the end of the world are the reason I consider the strong possibility that we have been wrong all this time about it. Jesus came back in 70 A.D., just as He said He would. We are the beneficiaries of His finished work (sinless life, atoning death, triumphal resurrection from the dead, and judgment on all His enemies). He came then to destroy the old world, or Old Covenant (Testament) with its temple and sacrifices -- which could never take away sins (Hebrews 10:11), to bring the New Covenant into full swing.

More to come about this...

Friday, May 13, 2011


As many of my intrepid readers (both of you) know, I like to occasionally blog for blogging's sake. This is a sure sign of my narcissistic tendency to think I have a culturally relevant blog (I do! I mean, with a name like "Worldview Window," how can it not be relevant?).

As I was saying (or not saying), I like to blog recreationally. That means, of course, that any worthwhile discourse is cast aside in favor of hot air and wasted cyberspace, much like you see here (worthwhile discourse, that is :)

Much like the Greek mythological Narcissus, who fell in love with his own reflection in a pool of water, I too have fallen prey to the allure of self-inflicted fame (not fortune) through blogging.

I still maintain the idea that this is a "blog about nothing" (a la Jerry Seinfeld).

Saturday, May 7, 2011


While channeling my inner conspiracy-theorist this evening, I decided to visit Alex Jones online at Prison Planet for his take on the whole death-of-Osama (not Obama!)-Bin-Laden. Having looked at his site for other conspiracy fodder (anyone remember 9/11? New World Order? JFK?), I thought it might be worth my time and energy to listen and see what he had posted.

He did not disappoint. Go there, and here.