Case against 2012
I try to be quick about presenting balanced information about opposing views on topics of interest.
2012 is one of them.
I think personally, that there is disinformation about 2012, but this disinformation will still influence people’s behavior, and world events.
Some things are beyond control, as a planet passing by, or the intensity of a solar cycle.
Other things, such as wars are within our control.
I think the information in the bible can be trusted, and timing cannot be determined until we see certain predicted events come to pass.
Is there a point where the disinformation becomes true, because people believe, and act on it?
Suppose scientists act to counter anticipated weather patterns?
How much of what is said is false, and how much is true?
I think some of what is here may be true, but I disagree with the 30 million years concept.
So, is scientific timing miscalculated, or is it accurate?
Case against 2012:
These are for your review.
There are plenty of arguments favoring disasters on the Internet, so I will not post them here.
God promised that this world would never end.
He did indicate that there would be earthquakes, and upheavals, and a punishment for the wicked.
He did say there would be a new heaven, and a new earth, for the faithful.
The effects of future events, severe or not, depends on our relationship with God, and His Messiah.
Where do you stand?
Since 2012 is soon coming, it is important to consider what it could bring.
Even if you do not believe in what people say, you have to be prepared for the reactions, and behavior, of people who do believe certain things.
It could be a self-fulfilling prophecy, in spite of nothing to back it up, and social disasters could develop due to panic.
If it is as severe as it is predicted to be, then you need to spiritually prepare.