Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Judgment Day?

For those unfamiliar with Harold Camping, he is one of the founders of Family Radio, a Christian broadcasting company that began in 1958 with one FM radio station. He has been the host of a live bible call-in show since 1961 (the Open Forum) and made a previous end of the world prediction with his book 1994?.

Throughout our history, religious leaders and organizations have claimed that their holy books provide accurate prophecies about the End Of The World. The examples shown in this video are (relatively) fringe organizations, but despite their overt activism and cult-like behavior, organizations like FamilyRadio.com provide a glimpse into what the more mainstream religions adhere to and believe.

Pastors, priests, apologists, ministers, religious philosophers and leaders of every kind, from every generation, have quoted from the books of Daniel and Revelation about the End of Days. Are their claims any less ridiculous? And should they be held any less accountable?


  1. Not even Jesus knew when the end of this world was, so what makes this guy so special?

  2. Clearly God got drunk on his son's blood and said a bit too much to someone. It could happen.


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