“Let no one deceive you by any means; for that day will not come unless
the falling away comes first, and the man of sin is revealed.”
—2 Thessalonians 2:3
Harold Camping, president of Family Radio, predicted that the rapture would occur on May 21, 2011. Obviously, this did not happen as he believed.
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We believe Family Radio is full of people who love the Lord and were sincere in their belief that Jesus would return according to this prediction. But these sincere believers were simply in error—and we believe the Bible has the answers we all need to understand as to why.
See the article below entitled “Why We’ll Still Be Here on May 22, 2011” to get a biblical perspective. You can also investigate further with more free resources following the article or by clicking the links in the main menu above.
Why We Were Still Here on May 22, 2011
Setting dates for the return of Christ is a big temptation for many students of apocalyptic Scripture. It is tantalizing to study prophecies and numbers and symbols in Daniel and Revelation with a calculator in one hand. Some feel compelled to roll up their sleeves, punch out prophetic figures, and do number crunching. Surely there is a hidden answer in Scripture predicting when Christ will come!
But if we are true to the Bible, if we seek the message of Christ’s words in Matthew 24 and 25 with an open heart, we will close our holy calculators. Preparation for Jesus’ return has less to do with figuring out a date and more to do with how we are to live in the present.
Harold Camping, a Christian radio broadcaster and president of Family Radio, used mathematical predictions to predict that the end of the world would happen on May 21, 2011 at exactly 6:00 p.m. He was convinced that a READ MORE