HFraud, charlatan and plain ole whack-a-doodle Harold Camping, the California preacher who via his Christian Family Radio stations had convinced a few thousand followers that the Rapture would happen on May 21, finally came out of hiding and spoke about his failed prediction on his Open Forum call-in show.
Here are some the questions he recieved and his answers.
05/23/2011 9:03 PM Camping says World Will Still End Oct. 21
“On May 21 this last weekend…God again brought Judgment on the world…We didn’t feel any difference,
he says, “but we know that God brought Judgment” on the world. “The whole world is under Judgment.”
05/23/2011 9:04 PM “The World Has Been Warned. My Has It Been Warned!” says Camping
Camping says there will be no more billboards or street preaching, but the world is still ending Oct. 21.
05/23/2011 9:12 PM Will Camping Give Donors Money Back or Help Them Out?
“It is true that a few people have” quit jobs or depleted life savings to donate to Family Radio or spread his Judgment Day message, Camping says, but he says he never told people to do that.
“There are people who for example that have given up their jobs…to work for Family Radio, given their time, and they do because they love the Lord.”
05/23/2011 9:33 PM Reporter asks Camping: Will He Apologize for Being Wrong?
“I have never said I’m infallible,” says Camping. He says God is never wrong, pointing to “the signs he has given such as gay pride that we are on the threshold of judgment or a fantastic increase in wickedness.”
“There isn’t any student of the Bible who can’t say ‘You know, I have made a mistake.’
REPENT THE END IS (STILL) FEAR! And will now happen in Oct! Go to Camping little sheeple to be fleeced
Personally, I’m waiting for “The Capture” (when they arrest Camping and sue him and his radio station for every penny they stole)
Source: Huffington Post
Harold Camping, president of Family Radio, multimillionaire, and doomsday prophet seems to be the only person to have been “raptured” as the hours tick past and signs of an apocalypse are nowhere to be found. And neither can be Camping.
Reuters reports Family Radio has been airing “recorded church music, devotionals and life advice unrelated to the apocalypse” throughout yesterday with site service being spotty at best due to site traffic and today the station so far seems to be quiet. The Oakland, California, headquarters of the network of 66 U.S. stations was shuttered with a sign in the door that read “This Office is Closed. Sorry we missed you
So where is Camping? Has the “multi-millionaire” absconded with the hundreds of thousands of dollars that he collected fooling the gullible into believing that the “rapture” would happen? Or is there something darker and more sinister afoot.
Who knows. But if Camping does ever come out of hiding, like Ricky says to Lucy: “Lucy you have a lot of ‘splaining to do!”
Break out those shorts, muscle tee’s and SPF 500 Sunblock. It’s going to be a HOT one!
Believe me it was the LEAST we could do.
The Massachusettes Bay Transit Authority has always been hard up for cash. But are they so hard up that they need to sell ad space to crazy Christomaniac’s who are declaring that May 21st will be the day of the “Rapture”?
And our survey says YES!
Recently the MBTA have displayed several billboards that say, “Judgement Day May 21…Cry Mightily Unto God…The Bible Guarantees it.” The “Judgement Day” movement is led by a man named Harold Camping who runs the evangelical Family Radio Worldwide who claims that “the earth will be destroyed due to mankind’s sins and all Christian believers will ascend to heaven.” Of course Camping’s soon to be “kool-aid drinking” group also seems to have some ideas about homosexuality. One Boston resident found this offensive message on the Family Radio website after seeing the billboards: “Gay Pride: Sign of the End.” One angered Bostonian tweeted at the MBTA GM: “Do you have any standards for your advertisers?”
And our survey says NO!
Ah the MBTA. The first Mass Transit System in America. And still the worst!
Pastor Tim LaHaye, author of the best selling “Christian” Left Behind series of books that follows a group of “not saved” survivors who were left behind during the rapture who come to see the light and fight the Anti-Christ during the “end times”. LaHaye who couldn’t pass up an opportunity to boost his book sales states that Japan’s earthquake and tsunami is the beginning of the end. of the end.
“The Bible tells us in Matthew 24 that one of the signs of the last days – one of the birth pangs to occur – is an increase in earthquake activity and intensity. We’re seeing that happen here. It’s not just earthquakes, but hurricanes and all kinds of natural disasters. Indeed, in Matthew 24:4-14, Jesus tells His disciples in response to questions about His second coming and the end of the age.”
I was just waiting for a Christomaniac wingnut to say something this, or that we gays caused it.
Tim LaHaye is a charlatan of the worst variety. Superstition rules his flock and reality is an unwelcome guest.
Ironicaly, yesterday LaHaye was vacationing with his wife in Hawaii yesterday. During the tsunami warnings they were evacuated to the top floor of his hotel, where he saud he “felt safe”.
LaHaye has written 16 BOOKS about the glory of the “rapture” What were you so afraid of Timmy?
For those of you who didn’t know. (Because I didn’t) Before LaHaye found his “cash cow” in the Left Behind series. LaHaye wrote The Unhappy Gays, a 1978 opus (now, apparently, out of print) about the evils of homosexuality using his loony fixation on the four-temperament theory of psychology, which is about as scientific as the zodiac.
Read more about LaHayes 1978 anti-gay book over at BOOKSLUT
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As if The A List: New York hasn’t done enough to set the LGBT Community back 20 years now comes word that MTV is planning a new reality TV show based on Jersey Shore. Called Under The Boardwalk featuring LGBT Guido’s. Guidettes, and TransGuids?
The pilot will shoot this spring in Atlantic City, and, if the show gets picked up, ten cast members will live in a house in either Atlantic City, Ventnor, or Margate.
Try-outs will being held February 5 at Club In Or Out in Hammonton, New Jersey.
Hold me James Franco….I’m scared!