Five Years Ago My Hometown Suffered an Apocalypse
by Russell D. Moore
I always feared seeing my hometown turn into Armageddon, and five years ago, sure enough, that’s just what happened. As a small child, I would sit in the pews of my church and imagine, as our pastor flipped through one apocalyptic scenario after another in his prophecy charts, what our town—Biloxi, Mississippi, on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico—would look like after the seals of the Book of Revelation had been opened, after all hell broke loose on the world as we knew it.
When I’d mention such things, the Southern Baptist adults around me would try to comfort me with the details of our then-t . . .
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