May 21 & Rapture?

May 18, 2011 by staff 

May 21 & Rapture?May 21 & Rapture?, The world is really ending October 21, 2011. May 21, 2011 is the final date, when Christians believe that Jesus will descend from heaven and return to Earth to collect the souls of believers and pagans left behind to wait until God brings the pain five months later.

At least, that according to Harold Camping, a pastor from California and the owner of the Family Radio, a religious broadcast network. Says its precise mathematical calculations, based on the date that God created the Earth, the crucifixion of Jesus, and other variables, revealed that the May 21, 2011 is: Judgement Day. These tracks are so specific Bible Camp secures your flock not only the date, but also of the time: around 6 pm This way you can be sure of not being in the bathroom when Jesus comes.

All Christians do not observe the May 21 date, but those who follow Camping are so convinced that many have sold their possessions and are spending the last of his money so they can carry during the journey to heaven. One man interviewed by NPR’s all things said he had considered leaving his job, sold his house and is spending his last days on this earth plane delivering leaflets and encouraging sinners to repentance. “I am separated as a result of a difference of belief. My wife got tired of me,” he said. But what if camping, you know, bad about this? Impossible, say his supporters.

Although it was wrong the last time. Camping originally predicted that the rapture would occur on September 6, 1994. When that day came and went without even a single atheist getting a nosebleed, Camping reconsider its calculations and, in light of the “new biblical evidence,” revised his original prophecy and came up this year. He says he is quite serious this time.

But 1994 is not just another time humanity has dodged a bullet Bible. Several

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