2022: the appearance of a new star as the precursor to Messiah

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Aaron Blumer's picture


I can't tell if this is some sort of pardy or not (or just garden variety weird). Lately, reality is weirder than ficiton.

Darrell Post's picture

I thought this was a Babylon Bee when I saw the headline. I had already read an article about this double-star explosion, and in reality the explosion happened some 1,700 years ago, but only now is the light from that explosion getting here due to the extreme distance of the stars involved.

Fred Moritz's picture

I saved this article with some notations.  At least twice there is the reference to Jewish mysticism.  The Balaam prophecy is fascinating.  Robert Delnay used to urge us to always read with our salt shakers in hand.

Bert Perry's picture

....I guess this is what you get when you combine mysticism and the like with a lack of knowledge of the New Testament.  One thing I can say in defense of the perpetrators here is that as nonbelievers in Christ, they at least have the excuse that they haven't taken the NT seriously, and hence it's more defensible than arguing about blood moons or the spot on Gorbachev's head.

Aspiring to be a stick in the mud.

TylerR's picture


I shall reserve judgment until John Hagee's next book comes out. Like a messenger in the wilderness, he will show us the way . . . complete with prophesy charts.

Tyler is a pastor in Olympia, WA and an Investigations Manager with a Washington State agency. He's the author of the book What's It Mean to Be a Baptist?