On May 21, 2011, the worldwide earthquake and mass disinterment of corpses predicted by Christian leader Harold Camping failed to materialize. No worries for Camping and the nationwide proselytizing organization he leads: Camping has simply replaced his old familyradio.com website with a new version, containing
May 21 2011 has come and gone, and despite the predictions of Christian preacher Harold Camping on his nationally broadcast Family Radio programs, there has been no Judgment Day. No earthquake bigger than mankind has ever seen. No billions of dead bodies spit out of
Today’s the day: According to Christian broadcaster Harold Camping, it’s Judgment Day, everybody. Strange. There’s no earthquake or massive eruption of bodies from the Earth outside my window. It is kind of foggy, though.
Why worry about your blood cholesterol when you’ve got eternity to contemplate? Last December, F.G. Fitzer alerted us to the “infallible” biblical predictions of Christian leader Harold Camping that Judgment Day would come on May 21, 2011. That’s three days from now: We learn from