Now, most of us are quite pleased Mr. Camping got it wrong, I’m sure. After all, we weren’t exactly looking forward to Judgem,ent Day, were we But it’s obvious now that the man really has no clue about when or if such an event might happen, and it seems that his reputation may not have survived that second non-event.
Harold Camping (90) recently wrote on his church’s official website that “…when it comes to trying to recognize the truth of prophecy, we’re finding that it is very, very difficult.” Nooooo Well, ya don’t say!
The trouble is, enough people believed Camping’s Doomsday prophecy (yes, even a second time) and sent him and his organisation hundreds of thousands of dollars to help spread his message, put up billboards and maintain his radio station.
Well, now that radio station, Family Radio, will have to continue without Harold Camping. He has resigned and apologized for getting hios Doomsday prophecy wrong. Twice.
I would just love some comments from those people who followed him and believed what he said, especially since the world has not ended either of the times predicted, but when that didn’t happen initially, Camping attempted to explain away the obvious continuity of life as we know it by saying we may not have noticed the Apocalypse. Well, if that is so, the Judgement Day is meant to bother us HOW, if life goes on as usual? Sorry if I’m being dim here, but…