Allison Warden poses with her car showing a message about the Rapture. Warden, 29, has been helping organize a campaign using billboards, postcards and other media in cities across the U.S.
The Bible is quite explicit in stating, in Matthew chapter 20, that no man knows the day or time...any true Bible scholar would understand the pointless exercise of predicting an exact date and time for Christ's return...in this same chapter, Jesus also warned that there would be many false prophets to deceive the elect...now, THAT sounds more like what's going on here... Besides, the Rapture is a man-made idea and not Scriptural. Those who think they will be lifted up in the air and not have to suffer are badly mistaken. If Christ suffered for us and our sins, why would He exempt us from suffering too? If we don't suffer for our sins here on earth, we shall surely suffer for them in Purgatory.
You can read more about these mixed up souls here: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/40885541/ns/us_news-life/