Skip to comments.Failed Judgment Day preacher hospitalized with stroke
Posted on 06/12/2011 6:52:06 AM PDT by Bed_Zeppelin
A California broadcaster who wrongly forecast the return of Jesus last month is now hospitalized after suffering a stroke.
Harold Camping, 89, of Oakland-Calif.-based Family Radio was reportedly taken by ambulance Thursday night from his home in Alameda, Calif.
"He had a stroke, it was on his right side," a neighbor of Camping's told the Oakland Tribune, noting that she and her husband helped and comforted Camping's wife, Shirley, as the event took place.
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I know, but one of the interesting things Coulter talks about in her book is how liberals believe and advocate things that are mob-like thinking. The idea that government should “do something” about some peaceful religious idea (even though people are not literally in a mob) is characteristic of mob-like thinking.
“You mean that Scripture is infallible?”
The fallibility of people, ALL people, ALL persons, does not mean that Scripture is fallible. And interpretations may be fallible.
I agree completely, but not all Protestants do.
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