Religious Group Claims the World will be 'Annihilated' on Wednesday, October 7

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Last weekend a rare event took place where a lunar eclipse and “supermoon” appeared simultaneously for many to enjoy with the naked eye. The last time it occurred was in 1982 and the next appearance isn’t until 2033, that is, if we are still around.

Some religious leaders claimed that the apocalypse was supposed to occur on September 27, but that didn’t happen. Now Chris McCann, founder and leader of the online organization eBible Fellowship, claims that Wednesday, October 7th is when the ‘world will pass away'.

Harold Camping who was a Christian radio host previously claimed that the world was to end on May 21, 2011. He then continued to make more false predictions none of which obviously came true. McCann though believed that while May 21 was not the end of the world, the date is still significant.

The eBible Fellowship believes that the May 21st date is when God started his 1,600 days of devotion for choosing which non-churchgoers he was going to save. October 7th, 2015 marks the end of the 1,600 days. McCann says that ‘According to what the Bible is presenting, it does appear that 7 October will be the day that God has spoken of”

In their podcast series, Why October 7, 2015 is the likely end of the world numerous quotes from the Bible are used to point out why this date is the real doomsday. The day that “[The world] will be gone forever. Annihilated.” Specifically, obliterated with fire. “There’s a strong likelihood that this will happen with an unlikely possibility that it won’t." Oddly enough though, they still have a regular broadcast scheduled on their website for Thursday, October 8.

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