Camping Rapture

May 22, 2011 by staff 

Camping RaptureCamping Rapture, There have been earthquakes. There have been no apocalyptic events. In fact, this looks like a typical Saturday around the world. The discussions on May 21, 2011 are the “end times” have been met with jeers from around the world, and humor. Though many were familiar with the doomsday prediction, details have appeared to be revealed on the forecaster.

The prediction was made by Harold Camping abduction; he has confidence in comments before, when he predicted that the event would occur in September 1994.

Camping is 89 years old, and a Christian radio station. Born in Colorado but has lived in Northern California for most of his life. He currently resides in Oakland, and rarely leaves her house unless to go to his station media.

Help found in 1959 Family Radio, a radio network 24 hours of listening, support, Camping hosts “Open Forum”, a television and radio. It was recently announced that they no longer do the show, since the end of the world was near. And placed a 100 million advertising campaign around the world, which was funded by the sale of its television and radio stations.

Camping believes the Bible is the only word of God and teaches that hell and death is the same thing. Using biblical numerology based on making predictions, Camping cited a “miscalculation” by his false predictions September 1994 doomsday.

As a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley in civil engineering, Camping admits to having a liking for numbers. Undoubtedly, this will also lead to false conclusion to accept the fact that it was a mathematical error.

In the process, imagine what the good and 100 million could have been used rather than creating a ridiculous story of people around the world. As the world economy has languished for nearly two years, thre are many causes that the money would have been more appropriate.

Camping create only 200 million over six billion people alive will survive the rapture.

“I know it’s absolutely true because the Bible is always absolutely true,” Camping said recently.

At the age of 89, and drained financial capital, Camping probably will not make predictions about the end of the world.

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