Continue the countdown to the very end at EzekielThirtyThree3's YouTube channel
And if the end doesn't come? Is the following true or a fake?
Julian Assange, in his latest release of "Wikileaks" downloaded the credit card files of Camping's next trip booked on "Expedia" to St Bart's along with flight tickets, hotel, and restaurant reservations, for Saturday, May 28, 2011.
I personally think Camping really believes his own bullshit (I've been following the guy for years), but it's far easier to "believe" something when you aren't immediately confronted with its falsification. I think that's why so many Christians (aside from their supposed Biblical reasons, such as the words of Jesus that no man knows the day or hour) prefer the vague "He's coming soon" to anything definite. Is Camping having any doubts about May 21? I'm thinking he was hoping he'd be dead by now, because he's 89 and about to turn 90 years old. Most people would safely assume they wouldn't live that long, and that was probably Harold Camping's assumption, too. I can't wait to hear what he says on May 22nd. He hasn't really given himself an out, saying in the first video that there is NO CHANCE God will change his mind about the date. Also, Camping said this:
God has given sooo much information in the Bible about this, and so many proofs, and so many signs, that we know it is absolutely going to happen without any question at all. There’s nothing in the Bible that God has ever prophesied — there’s many things that he prophesied would happen and they always have happened — but there’s nothing in the Bible that holds a candle to the amount of information to this tremendous truth of the end of the world. I would be absolutely in rebellion against God if I thought anything other than it is absolutely going to happen without any question.-A Conversation With Harold Camping, Prophesier of Judgment Day