Question: How many uneducated people think that Harold Camping represents Christianity as a whole?
Seems like there are a lot of dumb people who are questioning Christians as if Camping has any legit representation of the Christian community. Why is this so?
Answer by AEF
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LET THIS BE A LESSON TO ALL OF US, NEVER, NEVER PLACE YOUR TRUST IN ANY MAN WHO CLAIMS TO HAVE EXTRA-BIBLICAL INSIGHT. ESPECIALLY WHEN HE SAYS HE CODED THE BIBLE THROUGH MATH. PLACE YOUR TRUST IN GOD AND HIS WORD ALONE, NOT IN ANY MAN. JESUS LOVES YOU, FALSE PROPHETS HATE YOU. THEY ARE WOLVES IN SHEEPS CLOTHING, OUT TO DESTROY YOUR FAITH. THAT IS THEIR MISSION FROM SATAN.
More Harold Camping News (hyperlink: www.ibtimes.com Family Radio president Harold Camping, who predicted that 200 million people will Rapture on May 21, 2011 and the rest will die in a series of natural disasters, including violent earthquakes, by October 31, 2011, refused to meet the media since Friday night (May 19) when it became clear that the world is not going to be destroyed. Camping met International Business Times (IBTimes) reporters on Sunday afternoon (May 22) at his Alameda Calif., home and said he needed a day to think things over. “Give me a day. No interview at all today. Sorry. You know this is a big deal and I’ve got to live with it and I’ve got to think it out. So no interviews,” Camping told IBTimes reporters. Camping also told IBTimes that Family Radio will “operate as normal” on Monday and added that he will make a public statement on or by Monday night. Many people are eager to hear what Camping will say as his prediction had prompted his followers to sell their possessions and quit their jobs in preparation of Doomsday. For more on Harold Camping and other stories, visit sanfrancisco.ibtimes.com
May 21, 2011: A Family Radio supporter shouted expletives at the Alameda home of Harold Camping on Saturday, May 21st. Camping had predicted the rapture would strike on Saturday. When it failed to, supporters of Camping’s Family Radio showed up to his home; some were not too pleased to find reporters there. [ProducerMatthew.com exclusive video]