Skip to comments.You Wanna Bet? Pa. Woman Challenges Date-Setting Evangelist
Posted on 01/19/2011 12:34:05 AM PST by MarylousAmerica
"Judgment Day, May 21, 2011. The Bible guarantees it!" proclaims the homepage of evangelist Harold Camping's website FamilyRadio.com.
Is he serious? Yes, according to the website, but that's only half the story, because now:
"Janice Wisner from State College, Pennsylvania, is challenging founder Harold Camping to put his money where his mouth is and deed his home (or homes as may be the case) to her. She promises not to move in until May 22nd this year."
(Excerpt) Read more at americanthinker.com ...
Can they move it to April 14th? I'd really like to avoid paying taxes if I don't have to.
“I understand even Hal Lindsey pulled this in the 90s.”
Can you back this up? What date did he set?
>>Can you back this up? What date did he set?<<
Read The Late Great Planet Earth. Jesus was supposed to return in 1988.
Then don't. All the IRS agents will have been sent to damnation before anyone gets around to opening your file.
All you have to do is search out Hal Lindsey.
But I’ve copied this for you:
In his book The Late Great Planet Earth he did predict the battle of Armageddon in 2000 CE and the second coming of Christ in 2007 CE. He also cited 2048 as an alternative date.
Thanks for reference, I’ll look at that.
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