Harold Camping has captured the attention of the media again, but this time is avoiding lime light. Camping, who predicted the end of the world twice in the past, says this time he's right. Camping blames a mix-up in his biblical math for his previous two predictions that never came true.
Harold Camping may have been exaggerating a bit when he said that the world would end on May 21 this year. But that hasn't stopped the radio preacher from making another Doomsday prediction, this time for Friday, Oct. 21.
There were no reports of serious casualties this time earthquakes hit New Zealand, except the faith of some of us who hoped a little too hard that our scientific prophecies of doom might go the way of Harold Camping's predictions.
Doomsday date re-recalculated by Harold Camping to take place in October. Most Christians dismiss the doomsday date predictions.
A Black Rattlesnake, which had been rescued with other animals while being trafficked illegally, is seen inside a plastic cylinder at the Federal Wildlife Conservation Center on the outskirts of Mexico City, Friday, May 20. According to Mexico's Federal Wildlife Conservation Department, at least 2,500 different animals are rescued annually in the country.
Harold Camping had prophesied that the world as we know it would end today. But the time has come and gone, and "The Rapture" has not occurred.
Judgment Day May 21: Harold Camping, the head of the Family Radio broadcasting network, has calculated that the apocalypse will begin on May 21. Do his numbers add up for a judgment day this weekend?
Judgment Day is coming this Saturday, May 21, beginning at 6 p.m., according to Harold Camping, the president of the Christian broadcaster Family Radio. Could he be wrong? He wouldn't be the first. Here are five failed Judgment Day predictions.