Photo of the Day: Rapture, anyone?

Posted by: ST on May 23, 2011 at 5:08 pm

Via my friends @Jenfidel and Tabitha Hale on Twitter, and posted by @TerenceSmelser:



Any questions?

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9 Responses to “Photo of the Day: Rapture, anyone?”


  1. Tango says:

    ….all during the time leading up to the ‘Camping’ prophecy last week, I kept hoping one of the MSM outlets would be smart enough to note that same writing from the book of Matthew. Alas, not one…

    They were all too busy cackling –

  2. Carlos says:

    Just heard Camping on a radio show. He was backtracking at 200 MPH.

    Now he’s saying it’ll be October, and no one will be saved between now and then.

    The guy would be a comical farce if he weren’t causing so much harm to the body of his supposed Master.

  3. Drew the Infidel says:

    Remember the “beatniks” from the 50’s and their signs saying “The end is near”? Some things just never change. By the way, doesn’t this imbecile live close to that “evangelist” who wanted to burn a Qoran?

  4. Kate says:

    No Harold Camping is from New Jersey….his Family Radio Stations is broadcast out of Camden I think….and the rest of the station has wonderful Christian music.

    This guy got my parents all upset the last time around…even though they are Christians and know the Bible. Camping puts out a lot of verbage and thinks he can outwit God. Eschatology is a sport to some Christians.

    But I always come back to the words of Christ who said even he didn’t know…so how is the world would a meer mortal be able to claim he knows. Also, Christ warned that there would be folks like him running about saying….Christ is in the desert or Christ is in the mountains. Human nature doesn’t change much.

  5. Great White Rat says:

    Last Friday’s Philadelphia Inquirer devoted much of the front page to mocking the rapture prediction. The had features on things like 5 books to read, or movies to rent before Saturday.

    Camping should have made predictions on how high the oceans would rise, or how many people would be homeless because of global warming. For some reason, the media types devour every end-of-the-world story from the warmist cult like it was, well, gospel.

  6. Old Goat says:

    The only reason why Camping was a “news” item was because the media generally wanted to humiliate Christians. Nevermind that even despite him having followers, his view is not nor ever has been mainstream.

    This was all about mocking it.

    As a Christian we are supposed to be vigilant, and live our life in accordance with the word. Despite the desire of some to “know” when the end will come, it honestly doesn’t matter to a Christian when.

  7. Zippy says:

    I didn’t know that he was from Jersey, Kate! No wonder it was such a festive event here! Many of the NY radio stations were taking lovely ‘End of the World’ song requests.

  8. captaingrumpy says:

    It’s a shame that for Americans that, the world as they knew it has already ended. Obama is finishing off the rest of the “liberty” and “freedom” whilst we speak. He has helped his Muslim brothers as much as he can without divulging his true religion and reason for being here.
    NO, I am not a nut,but I don’t trust him.

  9. Kate says:

    …they should have been playing..Losing my Religion, too.