Tag Archives: Premillenialism

Arrogant atheists latch on to Harold Camping’s ‘May 21 Rapture’ idiocy to take cheap shots at ordinary Christians

The Rapture aside, America’s evangelical Christians deserve a little respect by Tim Stanley Across the United States, atheists are gathering at Rapture parties to celebrate another day of life on this corrupted Earth.  Their joy at Camping’s error is plain mean.  While … Continue reading

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Photographs of the day: The May 21 ‘Rapture’ spoofs

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Disillusioned: Robert Fitzpatrick, who spent his $140,000 life savings on advertising the ‘May 21 Rapture’

Disillusioned: Robert Fitzpatrick, who spent his $140,000 life savings on ads to spread the word of the Rapture, believed that it would happen at 6pm on May 21, but unfortunately for him it didn’t. In New York’s Times Square, Robert … Continue reading

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May 21st is over and there’s been no ‘Rapture’: I wonder how this young man feels now?

More: Robert Fitzpatrick has spent his life savings, $140,000, on advertising Harold Camping’s May 21 ‘Rapture’ rubbish

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Fundamentalist hypocrite Tim ‘Left Behind’ LaHaye accuses Harold Camping of “trivializing” Rapture prophecy

Tim LaHaye Against “Trivializing” Bible Prophecy Stern words from Tim LaHaye: The Rev. Tim LaHaye, co-author of the “Left Behind” series of Christian prophecy novels, said [Harold] Camping “trivializes the very serious study of Bible prophecy by ignoring Jesus’ statement … Continue reading

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Damian Thompson on why Harold Camping (and the rest of the Rapturists) are fundamentally boring

‘Just because people say they “believe” that such-and-such a thing will happen in the End Times that doesn’t mean they invest heavily in those colourful beliefs.  It’s a sort of spiritual hobby, even entertainment.  St Augustine told doomsday enthusiasts to … Continue reading

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Fundamentalist Watch: Who is Harold Camping and why would anyone believe a word he says?

Judgement day: Who is Harold Camping? More: Robert Fitzpatrick has spent his life savings, $140,000, on advertising Harold Camping’s May 21 ‘Rapture’ rubbish

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Atheist Brendan O’Neill: the similarities between May 21 Rapturist Harold Camping and the environmentalist lobby

‘The really weird thing about Camping and his 21 May movement is how outdated it seems.  Because in recent years, end-of-the-worldism has been well and truly secularised.  Doomsday is no longer the property of the religious – it has been stolen and … Continue reading

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Robert Fitzpatrick spent his $140,000 life savings on advertising Harold Camping’s May 21, 2011 ‘Rapture’ rubbish

Ex subway worker sinks $140,000 life savings into campaign advertising the end of the world More: May 21, 2011: some fundamentalists claim it will be the end of the world as we know it May 21, 2011, the end of … Continue reading

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Harold Camping and Prince Charles: two ‘End Times’ false prophets

“Save the date!  Return of Christ, May 21, 2011.” ~ Harold Camping “We have 18 months to stop climate change disaster.” ~ Prince Charles, May 2008 More: The best way to respond to Harold Camping’s ‘End of the World on … Continue reading

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The best way to respond to Harold Camping’s ‘End of the World on May 21st.’ nonsense

More: Harold Camping and Prince Charles: two ‘End Times’ false prophets Robert Fitzpatrick has spent his life savings, $140,000, on advertising Harold Camping’s May 21 ‘Rapture’ nonsense

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Photograph of the day: Fundamentalists proclaim ‘Judgment Day May 21′, New York, May 13, 2011

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Pic of the day: Fundamentalist nutter Harold Camping’s end of the world numerology chart

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Don’t forget: it’s the End of the World on May 21st.!

Citing Bible, group insists Jesus is returning May 21 On that day, Keitt says, a great earthquake will roll across the Earth.  The dead will be spit out of their tombs, and Jesus will arrive to take “the elect” with … Continue reading

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Forget the ‘Rapture’ prediction for May 21, 2011; the end of the world has already happened!

Forget the ‘Rapture’ prediction for May 21, 2011.  According to some, the end of the world has already happened! Anyone Else Still Here? More: May 21, 2011: the end of the world as we know it?

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More fundie idiocy: ‘Rapture’ supposedly on May 21, 2011

She’s cruisin’ to the Rapture: May 21, 2011 RALEIGH — From her Subaru, a car painted as white as the fourth horse of Revelation, Allison Warden proclaims that Jesus Christ shall return May 21. As in 151 days from now. … Continue reading

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May 21, 2011, the end of the world as we know it — updated

I previously posted about this back at the beginning of August: May 21, 2011: the end of the world as we know it? It’s still going on: Omaha billboards herald Jesus’ return in May A Christian group is proclaiming Jesus’ … Continue reading

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May 21, 2011: some fundamentalists claim it will be the end of the world as we know it

Reportedly: ‘These pictures have been popping up around the U.S., with sightings from Erie to Waco to the Bay Area. Harold Camping, owner of Family Radio and Christian radio host, is the leader of this campaign.  To clarify, May 21 … Continue reading

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‘The Zionism of Man vs. the Zionism of God’

‘The Zionism of God sovereignly raised Israel from the ashes, resurrected a dead language, preserved a remnant of Jewish believers and will one day fulfill every prophecy concerning Zion.  The Zionism of Man buys tanks for secular Israel, applauds its … Continue reading

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Walter Wink on Frank Peretti’s ‘This Present Darkness’

‘While I appreciate his treatments of the interconnection of heavenly and earthly reality, the role of human freedom, the centrality of prayer, the angels of the cities and nations, and the subtle coincidence of demonic promptings and people’s words or … Continue reading

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N. T. Wright on how Dispensationalism never allows ‘the texts to speak for themselves’

‘Dispensationalism has adopted, in advance, a particular eschatalogical formula which is then brought to the biblical material.  Let it be noted that I am not dismissing this move as a false one: I am actually endorsing it.  My point is … Continue reading

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