We have collected nearly 500 religion stories this week. Most of them we never post, but simple file instead to have information on hand should we need it.
But we have hand-selected 5 news stories from the past week that we think deserve a closer look. [Read more...]
Religious broadcaster Harold Camping says he and his Family Radio network are embarrassed that the world didn’t end on Oct. 21 as he predicted.
He also apologizes for saying that Christians who did not buy into his May 21st doomsday prophecy were not saved. [Read more...]
Once again, the world failed to end, despite a high-profile prediction from a radio preacher in California.
When the Rapture he predicted for May 21, 2011 did not occur, Harold Camping came up with a new date: October 21. [Read more...]
Family Radio preacher Harold Camping, who has a record of false doomsday prophecies, insist his new date of Oct. 21st is correct — probably.
A heretic himself, Camping has turned his formerly Christian radio network into, theologically, a cult of Christianity. [Read more...]
, the Doomsday radio preacher who sparked international media attention by predicting the end of the world last month, has been hospitalized after suffering a stroke at his Alameda home Thursday night.
The cult leader recently moved the end-of-the-world date to October 21. [Read more...]
Doomsday cult leader Harold Camping
— wrongly — that the end of the world would begin on May 21 revised his prophesy on Monday, saying now that the end is due in October.
He now believes that May 21 had been “an invisible judgment day,” of the spiritual variety. [Read more...]
The man who said the world was going to end on May 21, 2011 — and Christians were going to be raptured to heaven — appeared at his front door in Alameda, California a day later.
While refusing to give an interview Camping told a reporter that he’s got to live with the fact that his predictions failed. [Read more...]