Let the record show that Harold Camping’s prediction was wrong . . . and my prediction was spot on the money. Not that predicting worldwide mockery of Biblical prophecy was that difficult a stretch.
As May 21 came and went without the world coming to an end, Harold Camping has yet to offer up a reason for why he was wrong… again.
In fact, the 89-year-old preacher is keeping out of sight in the wake of his failed prediction. The website to his Family Radio ministry hasn’t even been updated, and still proclaims Judgment Day to be May 21, 2011. . . . Robert Fitzpatrick (r.) waited for the end of the world in Times Square. And waited, and waited, and waited.
I laughed at this picture despite myself:
However, I would like to thank George Noory of Coast to Coast AM for making a point of interviewing Chuck Missler and L.A. Marzulli on successive nights to get a Christian debunking of Camping’s date-setting. While Noory has a lot of views we disagree with, he’s a pretty stand-up guy when it comes to letting all points of view have a voice on his show.
- Redemption and post-rapture life (thejonmartin.com)