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Published:December 10th, 2012 11:25 EST
The Mayan Calendar and December 21, 2012?

The Mayan Calendar and December 21, 2012?

By SOP newswire

Have you heard the news? The world may end in a few days. What is the truth about doomsday? Will it ever hit? If so, can we detect the exact date in advance, so we can prepare? Former Family Radio President Harold Camping predicted that the Apocalypse would strike on May 11, 2011. It didn`t. He recalculated, pinpointing October 21 of the same year. But again--to the frustration of his faithful followers--Camping`s fiery prognostication proved to be a dud.

The biggest theory of late to ignite global fears about a fast-approaching Grand Finale was sparked by the discovery that the ancient Mayans` highly sophisticated Long Count Calendar mysteriously drops of the edge on December 21, 2012. For over a year, speculation has soared in books, movies, documentaries, and on the Internet.

Again, what is the truth? Should every The-End-Is-Coming warning be automatically dismissed as phony? A careful study of historical, geologic, and archaeological evidence suggests that long ago there really was a global flood. If a similar catastrophic event is indeed on the horizon, shouldn`t we know about it?

Are woes like Hurricane Sandy, Middle East conflicts, economic uncertainty, the threat of oil consumption outpacing production capacity, overpopulation, environmental toxicity, global warming, devastating drought, and bizarre weather patterns harbingers of what the Holy Bible calls, "the end of the world" (see Matthew 28:20)?

Tick, tick, tick. December 21, 2012, is just days away.

Apocalyptic expert, Steve Wohlberg, author of The End of the World: Fact Versus Fiction, will set the record straight.

Steve Wohlberg is the Speaker/Director of White Horse Media (Newport, WA) and the host of His Voice Today broadcasts every Sunday night coast-to-coast on The Walk TV. Widely regarded by media as an apocalyptic expert, he has been a guest on over 500 radio and television shows, has been featured in three History Channel documentaries (Secrets of the Seven Seals; Strange Rituals: Apocalypse; Armageddon Battle Plan), one National Geographic International documentary (Animal Armageddon), and has spoken by special invitation inside the Pentagon and U.S. Senate. His website is

Source: Christian Newswire