The world was supposed to end not once but twice in 2015 — it’s OK, those were just some of many failed prophecies | Christian News on Christian Today

These two predictions were the so-called Blood Moon Prophecy last Sept. 27 by John Hagee, a Christian minister from Texas; and Earth’s destruction “with fire” by Chris McCann, the leader and founder of eBible Fellowship last Oct. 7, various reports said.
Obviously the two got the dates wrong.
On Sept. 27, a supermoon lunar eclipse occurred when Earth’s shadow dimmed the moon, which appeared unusually large in the sky. It was a confluence of three events: a full moon; a lunar eclipse, and lunar perigee, when the moon was in the closest part of its orbit to Earth, according to News Discovery.
Hagee was among those who argued that such rare events surely spelled out doom. “The coming four blood moons points to a world-shaking event that will happen between April 2014 and October 2015,” he told CNN.》》》》

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