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Harold Camping Reportedly Resigns

November 2, 2011 by staff 

Harold Camping Reportedly Resigns, Radio preacher Harold Camping is giving up the doomsday prediction. After two rapture prophecies not only this year, Camping resigned as head of the organization Family Radio, and The Christian Post reports that divination is not apocalyptic predictions of the Bible.

This message came from the organization Family Radio last week: “Your order still to occupy until he comes. We are still going to teach and tell. We are to share the word with his reading, teaching, and singing. We still have a unique tool and that tool is the radius at which we can bring comfort and encouragement. Every day we who are Christians, live in care. We live so we are ready for the return of Christ, and even pray for her. But we also rejoice in each new day, He has given us another day to serve and serve our Lord. ”

Camping predicted the rapture would occur May 21 and suffered a stroke after his predictions fell flat. Later revised the forecast, saying it was a spiritual trial that took place in May. The real abduction, he said, would happen in October.

When October 21 came and went without being believers up into the heavens, Camping allegedly resigned his leadership position at Family Radio.

Brandon documentary Tauszik Camping talked to earlier this month and told the Christian Post, seemed less certain about their predictions:

Camp seemed still very disappointed that its calculations on the May 21 end of the world were wrong, according to Tauszik. The radio evangelist said he was very careful in making the calculations, and then plaintively said that no matter how careful one of his calculations, God can still withhold information from him.

More recently, Family Radio removed all references to the predictions fit of your website.

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