The Rapture, Now A Semiannual Event

Hey, remember when The Rapture was supposed to happen, last May 21st? When the day came and went with no event of biblical significance, Harold Camping — the guy responsible for all this hoo-ha — announced that he had miscalculated the date and that it’s really, really going to happen on October 21st. Today.

Campings’s website, FamilyRadio.com, includes his claim that God used these five months, beginning with May 21st, to finish judging everyone.

The Christian Science Monitor writes that Camping, while still claiming that “the whole world, with the exception of those who are presently saved (the elect), are under the judgment of God, and will be annihilated together with the whole physical world on Oct. 21“, will be avoiding the media this time around.

This would be the perfect day to see the new Lars von Trier film, Melancholia. It’s coming here next week, though.

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2 Responses to The Rapture, Now A Semiannual Event

  1. MsMezzo says:

    oh shoot. There is still some chocolate cake left in the kitchen I did not eat yet.

  2. Marcellina says:

    Go for it, you’ve got until 6 PM!

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