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Doomsday? End of the world? Well, that was embarrassing, admits Harold Camping

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Humiliated by his many false forecasts of impending doom, 90-year-old Harold Camping of the Family Radio network says that he’s trying to figure out why May 21st’s Judgment Day was a bust and how the universe failed to collapse on Oct. 21. “We are […]

October 21 comes and goes, world doesn’t end, Harold Camping not issuing any statements

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Once again, the world failed to end, despite a high-profile prediction from a radio preacher in California. “You may recall that Harold Camping, the self-proclaimed Doomsday prophet who misfired back on May 21 with his ‘guaranteed’ Second Coming of Christ […]

With doomsday deadline looming, Harold Camping’s faithful ponder doubts

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With October 21’s end-of-the-world deadline only hours away, the faithful followers of radio preacher Harold Camping are looking for answers. Camping owns Family Radio, a chain of Christian stations. But this time, the airwaves are filled with Christian music. Nobody’s making statements to […]

The world will end October 21, says Harold Camping … but no billboards this time

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This time the end of the world will be real, says 90-year-old California radio mogul Harold Camping — October 21, so be ready. But he doesn’t sound quite so confident this time. He suffered a stroke shortly after his most […]

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