It’s (not) the end of the world as we know it

Last night on TV, Glenn did a show that talked about the Twelfth Imam, a belief held by a small, radical sect of Muslims that includes the leaders of Iran, that speaks of a returning prophet of Islam. On the show, Glenn compared the Book of Revelation with the Hadith where the Twelfth Imam is mentioned.

“I want you to know I am not saying that these are the end times. I am not saying that this is the end of the world,” Glenn cautioned.

Glenn said that in different periods of history, people have drawn comparisons between current events and the end times. For example, Glenn said “People were convinced that Adolf Hitler was the Antichrist. He had all of the earmarks of the Antichrist and it was a growing occultist state. He was a spooky dude.”

“I do believe there is growing evil coming out of the Middle East and the rest of the world that are lining up. This is a growing evil here in America, and political correctness has allowed it to grow,” Glenn explained.

“We outlined some of these last night on the TV show. According to the sacred traditions of Islam ‑‑ this is not in the Qur’an. This is in the Hadith, which is the sacred stories of the Prophet Muhammad. So this is not Qur’an,” Glenn explained.



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