Sunday, July 1, 2012

Get Yer End-Times Kit Right Hy-ee-ar!

That's right. All you need for the End Times! Books, DVDs, CDs, all by the same looney toons apocalyptic nutjob! ...and "5x7 framed four-color picture of Jesus Christ returning on "a white horse" (see Revelation 19:11)." That's right, a 5x7 picture. Who needs 8x10 glossies? 5x7 will dooya. All this, packaged by White Horse Media! ...and if this wasn't enough to prepare you for Armageddon, you have to become a Food Nazi and join the naturalistic fallacy bandwagon! Seriously? If the world is going to end, what would be the point of eating healthy? Why not have ice cream for dinner and gristle dripped with bacon fat for breakfast?

I wonder how much dough this charlatan is raking in. The sad thing is, he probably believes this drivel and also believes he deserves to make a pile of money from his delusions.


krissthesexyatheist said...

My end of times kit is my gun and ammo. I figure from there we can get whatever we need...or kill zombies.


Chatpilot said...

I have a question for pastor Steve Wohlberg. This package contains 13 books, 1 dvd, 5 audio cd's, and of course the framed pic of Jesus. Will the faithful have enough time to read all of this before the good Lord comes riding his flying horse down from heaven? And my final question is what the hell is an apocalyptic expert? I did not even know that there was such a thing.

Anonymous said...

Any bible-reading, bible-believing person is an apocalyptic expert, unlike those that were simply putting in time scamming and fleecing passers-by on street corners.

You know.

Of course, the answer is in the relationship one has with God, something that I already mentioned, which LA saw fit to delete. Takes away from the emotionalism, don't you know, having truth presented. Makes for boring reading, I suppose.

LadyAtheist said...

He is an auto-didact who specializes in interpreting random passages as meaning everybody needs to buy his stuff

B.R. said...

Lol, "apocalyptic experts". How retarded. You can't be an expert on something that A), hasn't happened yet, and B), you know nothing about. There are hundreds of different interpretations of Revelations, and theologians still can't agree on what is going happen, how it will happen, or how long it will take. Basically, the only part the Wholly Babble makes clear is that Jesus is coming to judge everyone, and Satan will go to hell along with the Beast and the False Prophet.

But hey, as far rackets go, this is easily on par with those fake revival tent "miracles".

LadyAtheist said...

Not to mention *the* book of revelations was chosen by a committee of the catholic church from amongst about 20 other apocalypses. If this guy is a protestant, then shouldn't he question the catholic church on this?