Fred Clark has posted a new post, NRA: I need a new car, at Patheos.com.
This week Fred writes about pp. 8-12 of Nicolae: The Rise of Antichrist
This question of anxiety and fear of a futureless world, and how such views affect one’s ability to plan for the long-term also seem pertinent with regard to the followers of apocalyptic “Bible prophecy” teachers like Tim LaHaye. It seems to me that if it’s 1995, and you’re reading Left Behind and believing every word it says about how Jesus is coming back very, very, very soon, then you probably don’t much care that your city’s water mains were built 90 years ago and were originally intended to be replaced after 50 years. They’ve made it this far, you probably think, so they should last until Jesus comes back, right?
[Fred Clark, NRA: I need a new car, June 15, 2012, posted at Patheos.com]
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