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The world didn't end…now What? Answers to tough questions

While 2012 passed without the predicted end of the world on December 21, humans will always have questions about the End Times. Doomsday predictions are not going away and neither is Hollywood, so while the Mayans can finally get some peace, the next Apocalypse theory (or blockbuster film) is likely just around the corner. ReligionLink, a resource site from the Religion Newswriters Association, a member organization devoted to promoting and supporting quality religion news reporting, has prepared a resource page on doomsday thinking and reporting. The page provides context, recent articles and polls, and links to apocalypse-oriented resources, including websites, supporters and debunkers of doomsday expectations, and scholars who follow the movement. The information can help equip clergy or teachers with answers to the questions that regularly arise, or to initiate group discussion.



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