We're Still Here, Even Judgment Day Believers Some Christians believe that Saturday is Judgment Day, the day that catastrophe strikes the earth, true believers ascend to heaven and others are left to a terrible fate. Host Scott Simon talks to NPR's Barbara Bradley-Hagerty about the May 21 believers and other doomsday movements.
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We're Still Here, Even Judgment Day Believers

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We're Still Here, Even Judgment Day Believers

We're Still Here, Even Judgment Day Believers

We're Still Here, Even Judgment Day Believers

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Some Christians believe that Saturday is Judgment Day, the day that catastrophe strikes the earth, true believers ascend to heaven and others are left to a terrible fate. Host Scott Simon talks to NPR's Barbara Bradley-Hagerty about the May 21 believers and other doomsday movements.