The end of the world.. on October 7th?

The 2012 Mayan apocalypse was a bust, the Super Blood Moon prophecy of September 2015 was debunked and a now a Christian group is warning about another world-ending event.

According to Chris McCann's podcast, October 7, 2015 is likely the end of the world.  The leader of the eBible fellowship in Pennsylvania has been covering the event online since March 8th.

VIDEO: Judgment Day: The last day of judgment is likely Oct 7, 2015

Per The Telegraph, McCann said October 7th will be the day Earth "passes away," adding "It'll be gone forever. Annihilated."

On the eBible Fellowship's YouTube channel, the group states, "Spiritual judgment day began after the last day of salvation May 21 2011 when God shut the door to heaven. Every day since has been a day of judgment. Judgment day will conclude on the last day of judgment which is likely Oct7 2015. This will involve total destruction of this present world including all of unsaved mankind."

On April 5, McCann stated, "So far we have learned the following information: October 7, 2015 is '10,000 days' since God began judgment on the house of God, the churches of the world, on May 21, 1988; October 7, 2015 is the '1,600th day' since God began judgment on the world on May 21, 2011; it would be the '40th' forty; and October 7, 2015 is the last day of the Feast of Harvest, which God relates to the end of the world... There is one more emphasis the Bible places on October 7, 2015. It is a very important emphasis and it will be the subject of today’s study. It is the fact that October 7, 2015 is also 'the last day' of the Feast of Tabernacles. This is very significant because of how God speaks of the Feast of Tabernacles in the Bible and how He uses that phrase 'the last day.”

McCann also created a Facebook page to discuss the apocalypse. It has over 500,000 likes.

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