…on the entire Harold Camping Rapture mess. And it is a mess: a lot of those folks made some poor life choices* in the run-up for what turned out to be the end of the world. Like OLE, I can only counsel understanding on everyone’s parts: understanding of the perils of false (or at least incorrect) prophets on the part of those who believed, and understanding of the temptation of false (or at least incorrect) prophets on the part of those who did not.
After all, we’re all Bozos on this bus.
Via Jimmie Bise.
*I don’t actually mean things like “gave all their money to charity,” although I understand that to a strict materialist that sort of thing might seem functionally equivalent to “wrecked their credit rating on fancy cars.” Then again, I am religious, and I do think that alleviating the suffering of the needy will eventually rebound to the giver’s benefit.