Depending on who you choose to believe, Friday will either be the end of the world as we know it, or it will simply be the beginning of the last weekend before Christmas.
Across South Florida, and around the world, the clock did not stop, earthquakes did not tumble buildings, and the skies did not crack open. In other words, the world did not end as a fringe Christian radio group, the “Family Radio” had predicted.
If you believe a fringe Christian radio group, then you’ve got a little more than 24 hours to either party it up, or repent for your sins. Because according to the “Family Radio” network, 6 p.m. Saturday will be when the “rapture” begins and the end of days begins.
If you planned on voting early, attending the Exxxotica convention, or just catching some rays on South Beach; you might want to do it before Saturday. That’s because one Christian radio network is giving Saturday a forecast of doom, with a chance of rapture.
The end of the world as we know it has been talked about for centuries. The dates that mark the end of human kind have come and gone, but now there is a new date and it’s message has come to a South Florida.