its the end of the world as we know it and i feel fine
im stepping away from my travelogue for this post because this video is worth watching and i wanted to recommend it to all my readers here on the blog. its about 24 minutes so grab a drink and a comfy seat and take a look back at the history and influence of dispensationalism, or as its come to be known in pop-culture, the “end times” phenomena.
~ by graceshaker on November 17, 2012.
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