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Bring on the end times

So we don’t have to deal with fools like these people anymore.

Pastors of some of the largest evangelical churches in America met recently in Inglewood to polish strategies for starting five million new churches worldwide in 10 years — an effort they say they hope will hasten the End Time.

The Rapture and Second Coming of Jesus always has been the ultimate goal of evangelicalism. But when that would occur was any Christian’s guess.

The “Billion Souls Initiative” of the Global Pastors Network aims to shorten the path to Judgment Day by partnering church resources with the latest communications systems to spread the gospel.

In an interview at Faith Central Bible Church in Inglewood, James Davis, president of the campaign, said, “Jesus Christ commissioned his disciples to go to the ends of the Earth and tell everyone how they could achieve eternal life.

“As we advance around the world, we’ll be shortening the time needed to fulfill that great commission,” he said. “Then, the Bible says, the end will come.”

In what can only be described as a surreal and disturbing sign of things to come in terms of pandering to the holy rollers, likely 2008 prez hopeful Rudy Giuliani recently spoke before the pastors’ group in Orlando, shilling his upcoming book on “what it takes to be a leader in time of crisis.”

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