END OF THE WORLD: Why coronavirus is only tip of the iceberg – Claim of 10 deadly plagues

The novel has so far infected more than 97,000 people worldwide, prompting fears of a global disaster brewing. Scores of and Christian hardliners have flooded social media in recent days with warnings of the world’s fiery demise.

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In an article for Technical Politics, he wrote: “All of a sudden, really crazy things are starting to happen all over the world.

We should not view the coronavirus as a prophesied, end-time plague

Michael Brown, The Stream

, extremely unusual storms are confounding meteorologists, earthquake and volcanic activity are both on the rise, and five very dangerous diseases are sweeping across the globe.

“So far in 2020, it has just been one thing after another, and many are speculating about what could be ahead if events continue to escalate.”

There is, however, no evidence to suggest any of these events are apocalyptic or prophetic in nature.


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“But either way, what is clear to me is that we should not view the coronavirus as a prophesied, end-time plague.

“Instead, we should view it in the same way we have viewed many other epidemics and pandemics in world history.

“They are tragic reminders of the broken state of our world and of the frailty of our race.

“And while doing all we can to prevent and combat the spread of Covid-19, we should pray for the mercy of God.”

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