…or he’s just another false prophet like the others I’ve reported on here— which is how I’m laying the odds.
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For a man convinced the world is going to end in less than a year, Harold Camping was in a delightful mood.
I visited with Camping at his Oakland office two weeks ago, shortly after he’d returned from a business trip to prepare for his ministry’s last year on earth.
“There’s so much work to do,” Camping told me with some enthusiasm as he sat down. “And not a lot of time left to do it!”
As readers may already know, Harold Camping gained notoriety a few years ago when he announced he’d cracked a code within the Bible that revealed the date for Christ’s return: May 21, 2011.
Camping oversees Family Radio and his daily recorded sermons are translated into 54 languages, then beamed across the globe via short wave radio.(For some pics of his gospel’s reach into Ghana, Nigeria, the Dominican Republic, see this article from a South African web site.)