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Cinnaminson Pastor Leads Doomsday Forum Tues.

Bill Waltz will talk about the prophecies that foresee the end of the world coming in 2012, and compare them to Biblical interpretation in a non-denominational discussion.

Do you believe the world will end on Dec. 21, 2012?

It's not just the Mayan calendar that "predicted" the world will end this year but other new age and religious beliefs point to this year.

Pastor Bill Waltz of the Cinnaminson Baptist Church is leading a forum tonight to talk about these prophecies and relay what the Bible says about the end times. 

Waltz says he's done "a significant amount" of homework on the subject.

"I was looking up things about the Mayan calendar and Nostradamus; I've read some books," he said. "Plus the biblical homework about what the Bible says. And I put it together in such a way that people can understand it easily."

Waltz said he's wanted to hold this forum because "people are concerned about the world ending on Dec. 21, 2012, because of various prophecies."

Church-goers are of course invited to attend, but the event is free and open to the public. Waltz is encouraging everyone of all backgrounds and faiths to stop by. 

"I'm talking about these prophecies that have been made regarding Dec. 21...then I'm going to show what the Bible says about the end of the world," Waltz said.

Waltz is a Baptist pastor and admits he wants people to believe the Bible since he calls it "self-verifying through prophecy."

The forum will be held tonight at the Cinnaminson Community Center at 7 p.m. The forum is free and refreshments will be served. For more information call 856-829-3434.

ClaxtonCreative October 10, 2012 at 03:22 PM
Hey, just as a courtesy, FYI, that's not the Maya Calendar in the photo. It's the Aztec Calendar Stone, one the Maya never saw. We do more with this information at http://thewondersexpedition.com/TWE/2012/netaccuracy/ and have worked with Dr. Mark Van Stone http://www.mvs2012.com, to help provide information about what the Maya really said. We'd love to know more details about the presentation.
Matt Skoufalos (Editor) October 10, 2012 at 03:48 PM
Aha! Thanks for the correction! We'll update the photo. If you have some ideas about this, shoot me an e-mail and let's talk.
JB October 15, 2012 at 11:43 PM
For those interested in finding out more about the real story behind the 2012 Mayan Prophesy check out <a href=" http://www.spanishxela.com/2012-prophesy.html">this website</a> It’s from Guatemala and written by an expert on Mayan cosmovision. (and it’s not the end of the world!) Jocelyn


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