The deceased pastor predicted the beginning of the Apocalypse in 2021 and the Second Coming of Christ – in 2028
California pastor and Bible scholar Kenton Beshore, who passed away in 2016, appears to have left a very interesting legacy for Christians. Before his death, the preacher was able, in his own opinion, to determine when the end of the world would occur. Alas, if the American is right, then this will happen incredibly soon. Beshore was convinced that the Apocalypse would begin in 2021 and continue for several years. But that’s not all.
As the pastor concluded, the culmination of Armageddon will be the Second Incident of Jesus Christ in 2028. If you believe the message of Beshore, who was the president of the World Bible Society, a global catastrophe will destroy all sinners on Earth within 7 years, after which the Savior will descend into our world and either take the righteous with him or give them a planet cleansed of evil. The theologian believed that countless signs around us point to this today, including more frequent natural disasters.
However, Kenton’s words should still be treated with a fair amount of skepticism. The pastor was a well-known xenophobe who did not hesitate to demonstrate his hatred, for example, towards Islam, as well as towards our country. Beshore called the United States and Israel “holy strongholds” designed to fight Muslims and Russia. Simple logic suggests that a person with such prejudices, who hates any dissent, can hardly be the bearer of divine truth.
Be that as it may, in recent years, predictions of the end of the world have been raining down on us like from a cornucopia. Some self-proclaimed prophets speak of a coming nuclear war. According to others, we will soon be attacked by representatives of an extraterrestrial civilization. Still others claim that advanced artificial intelligence will destroy the human race, and so on, because there are a great many reasons why our civilization can be destroyed. From all this we can conclude that modern humanity does not look at its future too optimistically and is certainly preparing for the worst …