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31 August 2007

Living in the End Times? - preview

Laurie Michaelis wonders what a new age would look like

Armageddon is in vogue
  • Perhaps there's nothing new in that but the signs now seem particularly ominous
  • Last week I was asked to be on a panel with a Hindu and a Muslem on an Iranian TV network
  • We were asked whether recent floods and other extreme weather events were signs of the End Times as predicted in our various scriptures
  • It seemed a good opportunity to learn something, since Lizz Roe and I are running a course at Woodbrooke next week asking how apocalyptic thinking shapes our responses to climate change

  • Laurie Michaelis

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