Tracked raptures for the end of days arriving in: 
9 Months, 1 Days, 68 Minutes
predicted by:  F. Kenton Beshore
arriving on: Jan 1, 2021
This American pastor bases his prediction on the prior suggestion that Jesus would return in 1988, i.e., within one biblical generation (40 years) of the founding of Israel in 1948. Beshore argues that the prediction was correct, but that the definition of a biblical generation was incorrect and was actually 70–80 years, placing the Second Coming of Jesus between 2018 and 2028 and the Rapture by 2021 at the latest.

5 Years, 9 Months, 1 Days, 68 Minutes
predicted by:  Messiah Foundation International
arriving on: Jan 1, 2026
Members predict that the world will end in 2026, when an asteroid would collide with Earth in accordance with Riaz Ahmed Gohar Shahi's predictions in The Religion of God.

39 Years, 9 Months, 1 Days, 68 Minutes
predicted by:  Isaac Newton
arriving on: Jan 1, 2060
In an unpublished manuscript, Newton gave a date of 2060 which was falsely reported as a date for the end of days.[171] He was against date setting. Rather, he gave it as a date before which it could not happen. He later revised this date to 2016.[172][173]

108 Years, 9 Months, 1 Days, 68 Minutes
predicted by:  Said Nursî
arriving on: Jan 1, 2129
According to abjad interpretation of a hadith, this Sunni Muslim theologian who wrote the Risale-i Nur Collection, which expects the end in 2129.

218 Years, 9 Months, 1 Days, 68 Minutes
predicted by:  Talmud, Orthodox Judaism
arriving on: Jan 1, 2239
According to an opinion about the Talmud in mainstream Orthodox Judaism, the Messiah will come within 6000 years of the creation of Adam, and the world may be destroyed 1000 years later. This would put the beginning of the period of desolation in 2239 CE and the end of the period of desolation in 3239 CE.

259 Years, 9 Months, 1 Days, 68 Minutes
predicted by:  Rashad Khalifa
arriving on: Jan 1, 2280
According to this Egyptian-American biochemist's research on the Quran, the world will end during that year.

 Jan 1, 2021
 F. Kenton Beshore
 (This American pastor bases his prediction on the prior suggestion that Jesus would return in 1988, i.e., within one biblical generation (40 years) of the founding of Israel in 1948. Beshore argues that the prediction was correct, but that the definition of a biblical generation was incorrect and was actually 70–80 years, placing the Second Coming of Jesus between 2018 and 2028 and the Rapture by 2021 at the latest.)
 Jan 1, 2026
 Messiah Foundation International
 (Members predict that the world will end in 2026, when an asteroid would collide with Earth in accordance with Riaz Ahmed Gohar Shahi's predictions in The Religion of God.)
 Jan 1, 2060
 Isaac Newton
 (In an unpublished manuscript, Newton gave a date of 2060 which was falsely reported as a date for the end of days.[171] He was against date setting. Rather, he gave it as a date before which it could not happen. He later revised this date to 2016.[172][173])
 Jan 1, 2129
 Said Nursî
 (According to abjad interpretation of a hadith, this Sunni Muslim theologian who wrote the Risale-i Nur Collection, which expects the end in 2129.)
 Jan 1, 2239
 Talmud, Orthodox Judaism
 (According to an opinion about the Talmud in mainstream Orthodox Judaism, the Messiah will come within 6000 years of the creation of Adam, and the world may be destroyed 1000 years later. This would put the beginning of the period of desolation in 2239 CE and the end of the period of desolation in 3239 CE.)
 Jan 1, 2280
 Rashad Khalifa
 (According to this Egyptian-American biochemist's research on the Quran, the world will end during that year.)

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