Tuesday, October 02, 2012

Mobile device-compatible live feeds readied for the 'Second Coming'

Christian broadcasting networks have made themselves ready for the Second Coming of Christ, according to a Los Angeles Times report issued Monday. One of them has even gone so far as to make sure the video from its network is mobile device compatible, as well.

The report said that both Daystar TV and the Trinity Broadcasting Network are ready in case they need to live broadcast the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.  If you recall the rush to report on the Supreme Court's decision on Obamacare, and the errors that occurred when both CNN and Fox News reported on the decision incorrectly, we'd have to wonder what might happen here.

Could the two networks, in a rush to broadcast the Second Coming first, actually broadcast the coming of the Antichrist?

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The networks have set up cameras in studios that overlook the Mount of Olives, where scripture says the Messiah will return one day.

In addition, Daystar is very on top of things, technologically. The network's website apparently hosts a live video stream of their network, which means that video from the Mount of Olives would be readily available to the tech-savvy.  The stream is even compatible with a mobile devices such as Android phones and tablets, Blackberrys, iPhones, and iPads.

Heaven forbid that someone would miss the Second Coming of Christ because they were on the go (pun intended).

-->In 2011, the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life reported that while 78.4 percent of Americans consider themselves to be Christian, just 26.3 percent identify themselves as evangelical Christians.

In addition, a Reuters/Ipsos poll published in May of this year found that 22 percent of Americans believe the world will end in their lifetime, with one in seven agreeing with that Armageddon-laden idea worldwide.

The reason for that might not sit too well with Christians, though: 10 percent globally believed so because of the upcoming "end" to the Mayan calendar in December.

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