What the–? ‘The End of the World’ Radio

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Did that “new Ice Age” prediction ever pan out?

Coming home from the supermarket this morning, I turn on my radio and hear a promo for a new show: “The End of the World” with Josh Clark.

I looked for a link, but all I got was a podcast, which I have no time to listen to, and this quote:

“We humans could have a bright future ahead of us that lasts billions of years.” Yeah, he said billions. “But we have to survive the next 200 years first”–which is going to be tricky, we are told, because “dangers we have never encountered before are lurking just ahead.”

Gee, all we need is a procession of flagellants…

Who listens to this stuff? Never mind, I don’t want to know.

The promo says “it’s up to us” to ensure the continued survival of the human race against a whole bunch of “existential threats” that are poised to wipe us out. And I thought Hillary said she isn’t running.

Well, we might not understand what’s going on; but God does, and His hand is always on the tiller. It’s up to Him, not us. We only work here.



4 comments on “What the–? ‘The End of the World’ Radio

  1. Yes, these people are so ignorant and annoying, I can not bear to listen to them. What absolute idiocy to think for a moment that mere little worms can control anything What is more, Romans chapter one assures them that they can see that God created everything; it is visible all around them, so they are without excuse.

  2. If I were a leftist i’d have sent Josh Clark a donation and prayed to satan for a billion years.

  3. This reminds me of H.G. Wells “The Time Machine” written in 1895. The Time Traveler went to 870,000 A.D. or somewhere like that and found class warfare alive and well.

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