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Read the full story at NBC 11 California man Harold Camping has been proclaiming Judgement Day would be May 21. He said earthquakes would begin across the world at 6pm and continue to October 21 when the world would end. May 21 has come and gone but
May 21st Doomsday' Prediction Aftermath: Read, Discuss, Vote May 23, 2011 11:56 AM EDT Harold Camping's May 21st Doomsday' prediction ended in a spectacular bust. Camping preached that the world will end on Saturday, May 21, 2011 at 6 p.m. local time,
May 21st, 2011 was supposed to be the time of the supposed Rapture as predicted by Harold Camping. Camping is one of many individuals who have stated the time of this supposed event, which didn't come to pass. Some Christian fundamentalist types
May 23, 2011 As recently as two weeks ago, Gary Vollmer was absolutely certain that on May 21, 2011, God would send devastating earthquakes, raise believers to heaven in the "rapture," and then destroy the world five months later. Now that it hasn't
You too? "The Rapture" was supposed to happen on Saturday -- or so said some radio evangelist I'd never heard of, and boy, did that get a lot of media attention! If you ask me, that old preacher, Harold Camping, has a screw loose, but that didn't
How End of the World Was Reported in the Facebook Universe of Unbelievers Murithi Mutiga 21 May 2011 opinion Nairobi It is safe to say that American pastor Harold Camping, who confidently predicted the end of the world at 6 p.m. on Saturday, will
The religious broadcaster who predicted the world would end Saturday and convinced hundreds he was right was nowhere to be seen publicly Sunday after his prediction didn't come true. Minister Harold Camping, 89, founder of the Family Radio network,
The latest US business and financial news as well as issues and events Sample The Bible lists very few specific dates for events, so calculating Judgment Day is a daunting task...It turns out the basis to the math hinges on the apocalyptic flood that
The followers of the California evangelist Harold Camping were left dismayed...In one sense it is remarkable that Camping managed to get people to listen to him...When that prediction proved premature, the year was branded "an intermediary stage"...
A many of you know, Harold Camping predicted the end of the world to be yesterday, May 21. But, as 6 pm passed, nothing had happened. What caused his 2nd doomsday prediction to be wrong as well. Perhaps we shall never know.