Harold Camping Oct 21

November 3, 2011 by staff 

Harold Camping Oct 21, October 21, 2011 came and went and predictions Family Radio founder Harold Camping on the end of the world occur in that time never came to be.

Although it has been recovering from a stroke and is rumored to be withdrawn from Family Radio, the host of Christian radio 90 years was remarkably quiet in his last prediction failed. In a message apparently for the first time on 28 October at the Family Radio website, Camping offers a vague apology for some of the harsh statements made on non-believers, leading up to May 21. Towards the end of his five-minute message, he says: “Verily, I am told that I had said in May that the people who did not believe that May 21 should be the date of the rapture, it probably would have become saved. I should not have said that and I apologize for that. ”

In addition to that comment, do not have much to offer in the form of an apology to the fans of Family Radio. He acknowledges that “… when it comes to trying to recognize the truth of the prophecy, we are finding it very, very difficult. Why not turn to Christ on October 21? Seems embarrassing to Family Radio. But God was in charge of everything. We reach this conclusion after a careful study of the Bible. He let everything happen the way it did without correction. “On October 21 drew closer, Camping, and was moving away from its position certainty before the final date of completion. In a message to his followers in late September, insert the word “probably”, referring to the October 21 marks the end of the world.

In addition, a recording of Family Radio Bible Study October 16, 2011, states that camp believes that the end would come quietly and without suffering and torture. This statement marks a departure from the camping descripteions the final before May 21, 2011. Study the Bible says host Tom Evans in the recording that Harold Camping has been visiting and through conversations with him have learned more about the views from the campsite at the end of the world. Evans says:

“During our visits has emphasized to me … who is convicted [sic] that the end will come in very quietly and believes that the end will come like a whisper and unbelievers in the world will fall asleep and never re – awake. There will be no suffering or torture. There will be catastrophic earthquakes or literal stars falling to earth. Place the end will come without warning and very quiet. Believers will be a moment here on earth and in a blink eyes, you will always be a new heaven, new earth, new Jerusalem. Do not remember anything of this world. ”

Evans acknowledges that camping may not be correct and asked those gathered: “Is it correct Mr camping?” He will say: “I want to believe this … I do not want anyone to suffer.”

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