(RNS) Short answer — no. But it can be perilous to ignore the predictions.
(RNS) Three years after his failed prophecy about the end of the world, a new film about doomsday prophet Harold Camping offers an intimate glimpse inside the last days of his Family Radio empire.
Harold Camping, the radio preacher who predicted Jesus’ return and the world’s end, has died.
(RNS) Two years after radio evangelist Harold Camping erroneously predicted the end of the world, his California-based Family Radio has sold its prominent stations and let go of veteran staffers.
(RNS) After being contacted by New Hampshire insurance officials, the owner of a business who claimed he would provide atheist rescuers for pets of Christians caught up in the Rapture now says his three-year-old service was a spoof and never had any clients. By Adelle M. Banks.
(RNS) Doomsday prophet Harold Camping conceded last week that his failed May 21 end-of-the-world prediction was "incorrect and sinful," but a man who runs a rescue for pets that have been left behind by the Rapture wishes he'd keep on talking. By Adelle M. Banks.
(RNS) Radio evangelist Harold Camping has called his erroneous prediction that the world would end last May 21 a "sinful statement" and declared that his ministry is out of the prediction business. By Adelle M. Banks