Tag Archive: Harold Camping

Jun 07 2011

Apocalypse now?

By Tom Flannery So the Rapture didn’t take place at 6 p.m. Eastern time on May 21. Not that this was ever really in doubt. After all, the broadcasts, billboards and promotional materials hyping a May 21 Rapture were all the work of Harold Camping, a false prophet who had made a similar prediction back …

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May 31 2011

Dealing with post-“rapture” pain?

By Gary Hardaway So… you’re still here. You expected to be in heaven by now, but something has gone awry. You’re not exactly sure why you and Christ’s other faithful few have not yet ascended. It’s an unexpected mystery. Disturbing. Maybe Harold Camping will explain it all on his next radio broadcast. While you’re pondering …

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May 24 2011

Some good news, at last

By Donald Kaul There’s been a lot of bad news lately — wars, revolutions, earthquakes, floods, famines. It’s getting so you need a drink before you’re ready to face the evening news. Which is why when something cheerful happens, I take time to savor it. Like, for example, Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s arrest. The highest-ranking International Monetary …

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