*A Christian broadcaster says “the Bible guarantees it,” but so far he’s given no indication he’s getting rid of his earthly possessions including his radio network, as other Christians label him a false prophet with a dangerous teaching.
In fact, when asked how he was feeling in this so-called final week, Camping admitted he’s already got a case of the shakes. Harold Camping, 89, of Oakland, Calif.-based Family Radio is standing firm in his claim that mankind has run out of time and the Creator of the universe is arriving this Saturday, with earthquakes around the globe heralding the event.
“I am trembling. I have never been at this place before,” Camping told CNN. “When we are only a few days away from the last thing that has to happen – the whole world destroyed by God – I have never been here before. Where can you get direction so you know how to feel?”
Camping’s interpretation of Scripture has led many people to alter their lifestyles dramatically in order to take their message of the end of days to the streets, literally. A publicity tour called “Project Caravan” has been touring cities across America in recent months urging people to repent and prepare for the Second Coming of Jesus.
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