Escape All These Things

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Notes: Escape all these Things is a website run by Tim McHyde, a Fundamentalist Christian who claims to be an expert on end times biblical prophecy. On the front page he makes the claim that the world will end in 2026. Here is the headline and link:  Why I’m Convinced The End Begins in 2026—And What You Can Do About It. Essentially, this website serves as a way to sell his book called “Know the Future.” Unfortunately, not even Tim McHyde knows the future. This is a tin foil hat level conspiracy website. (D. Van Zandt 10/28/2017)

Source: https://escapeallthesethings.com/

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