The Rapture

Christian radio host Harold Camping predicts that the Rapture (in Christian belief, when believers will be lifted up to heaven and the heathens left behind in chaos and turmoil) will take place on May 21, 2011. Camping - who is president of the Family Radio Christian Network -  claims a mathematical equation drawn from Bible scriptures as evidence that Judgment Day and The Rapture will occur on May 21, 2001 "beyond the shadow of a doubt". His followers claim that around 200 million people (approximately 3% of the world's population) will be raptured.

Coachella 2012: Full Lineup Plus Where To Live Stream Music Festival Online

Music fans are ready to rock for the next two weekends as Coachella 2012 returns to California's Mojave Desert on Friday. With a stacked lineup of 143 bands and tens of thousands of attendees expected, Coachella will be music's biggest event of the year. Check out the full lineup list plus set times along with information on how to watch a live stream of the shows on YouTube.

Harold Camping, ‘Embarrassed’ Failed Prophet, Blames God for Doomsday Flop

Harold Camping, president of the Christian network Family Radio, posted an audio message for the public on Oct. 28. We're living in a day when one problem follows another. And when it comes to trying to recognize the truth of prophecy, we're finding that it is very, very difficult, he says. He then goes on to offer a half-hearted apology in which he mainly blames God for his doomsday flop.

Why is Harold Camping Silent on ‘Doomsday’ Oct. 21?

Harold Camping, the 90-year-old evangelistic radio broadcaster had got the world's undivided attention previously when he had predicted the world's end on May 21st this year. Unfortunately ( rather fortunately), his prophecy did not come true( very evident with the fact that you are still reading this article).

Harold Camping, the 'humble teacher'

Much has been said about Harold Camping after his failed doomsday prediction this past weekend, but of himself, he says he's just a humble teacher.

Doomsday flub doesn't bother me at all: Camping

An unrepentant Harold Camping took to the airwaves Monday night reasserting his beliefs in the end of the world, saying that judgment did come down on Saturday, and gave yet another prediction for the end of the world.

Harold Camping sets new 'doomsday'

An unrepentant Harold Camping took to the airwaves Monday night reasserting his beliefs in the end of the world, saying that judgment did come down on Saturday, and gave yet another prediction for the end of the world.

No shame, no apologies: Harold Camping says new Judgment Day is on October 21

The incorrigible false prophet of the May 21st Doomsday theory, Oakland preacher Harold Camping, is far from being a changed man after he bit the dust for a second time and his prediction took a place among the most opprobrious jokes in history. According to his earlier prediction, the judgment day would have unfolded in two neatly planned phases; the rapture on May 21, 2011 and the final annihilation of the world on October 21. The quake/flood juggernaut would have selectively destroyed/saved t...

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