Those familiar with Christian theology know that Jesus — according to scripture — will one-day return to earth. While the time and place were left up in the air in the Holy Bible, some theologians believe that Christ’s purported return is rapidly approaching. So — in some moves that could help two prominent, Christian television networks capture the epic moment on film, Daystar TV and Trinity Broadcasting Network have reportedly setup cameras overlooking the Mount of Olives, the location where Jesus is slated to re-emerge.
Should Jesus really appears again, then it would make no difference, whether to film him or not, because the effects would be extreme. Now paradise would arise and things such unimportant as a video recording would make no difference. Therefore a different topic is important. It's not if Jesus might or might not come back, it's about the voyeuristic obsession of the people, who can't miss any event and eventually wait for their own salvation brought by another person. In my story, the person can't get away from the screen in fear of missing something. He neglects himself and his environment and even misses the Apocalypse which happens outside his house.