This is another thing that has always vexed me. What if there was a thriving human colony on the moon when Harmageddon arrived? Hmmm?
This is an essential failing of the credibility of the Bible. If God knew that we could live on the moon one day, he would have extended the scope of Harmageddon to cover it too. But from what you read in the Bible, everything involves ONLY the Earth.
Conclusion: Let's get our asses in gear and build a moon/mars colony, so we don't get swept away with the rest of the 'goat class' during whatever the hell Harmageddon is. We're pretty safe on the Moon, according to the Bible, as it's not even mentioned.
And don't tell me God is everywhere...the Bible was obviously inspired and written by PEOPLE, who couldn't even conceive that we would be able to live on another world in the future. In fact, they didn't even really know much about other worlds in general. They thought the world was flat.
Oh boy, lemme guess, you're going to bring that 'circle of the Earth' argument to fore now. Yup, as I was expecting. Sigh.
"I see no good reasons why the views given in this volume should shock the religious sensibilities of anyone." -- Charles Darwin, The Origin Of Species, 1869.