• Rapture Is Coming May 21st, An $80 Million Hoax by Atheist Doomsday Church, Family Radio and Harold Camping

    May 21, 2011 2:58 pm 15 comments

    By now many of you have awoken to another beautiful day on Earth. Issues of crime and politics, life and love, family and responsibility will soon commence to consume another one of your days. But there are no big surprises. Everyone you expect to be here is likely still here. No one magically disappeared. And that flies in contrast to one of the biggest news stories this week, a story that purported that Christians were claiming the rapture is coming on May 21st.

    Before going any further, let us establish one truth. A Christian, a fervent believer in the Bible and what the Word of God represents, will never, ever attest to know the exact time of Christ’s return. For it is written, in the Bible:

    Matthew 24:36 No one knows when that day or hour will come-not the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.

    Atheists and denouncers of Faith, read those words long and hard. Take a break from mocking Christians on your ignorant Facebook status updates and bask your cold soul in the warm light of truth. A Christian will never say that the rapture is on a specific day. Doing such meets Bible prophecy that there will come a time when atheists, and false prophets, will arise and make false claims in the name of Christianity. The atheist masses will support those claims, because they want Christianity to seem wrong and stupid.

    But in the end, we will find the truth. And the truth is that this May 21st rapture is a repeat hoax that was first launched in 1994. It was launched by the same man, a man who must be of a fervent atheist faith because his claims are not coinciding with the words in Matthew 24:36.

    An extensive look at Amazon.com’s literary archives reveal that a man named Harold Camping penned a book titled 1994? in the year 1994.  The subject?  Earth was to end in a spectacular display of God’s wrath in the year 1994, but instead the year passed and an atheist hoax was quietly forgotten.  What does this book have to do with today’s alleged May 21st Rapture belief of Christians? Let us simply analyze the truth.

    The main proponents and sellers of the book were atheists affiliated with the belief system of a younger Richard Dawkins. There are people out there who are at war with Christianity, people who seek to devestate our way of life through affronts in the political, scientific and social realms of life. They attack religion through loopholes that necessarily preclude religious motifs in presentation, due to Constitutional laws that prohibit establishing an official religion. While such laws are fine and in sound concert with Free Will as dictated we are to have in our American Contistitution by the Word of God, the Bible, atheists are exploiting it.

    The Bible makes it clear that Americans are to have a free will to choose to serve God or to be of false faith or no faith. Men like neoatheist Sam Harris and classic atheists Richard Dawkins and Neil deGrasse Tyson are notorious for using subversive techniques to not only teach controversial theories to children, but to do it in a way that Christians, by law, cannot counter with what we feel is the truth. Why? Because religion is involved in our system of Faith-based Creation science.

    This technique is being used in the realm of social philosophy and even politics. It is ugly and there is a Culture of Bullying that atheists are prescribing to, one in which they are charging Christians with ridiculous claims, like this May 21st rapture, and pretending we really believe these things. Here is the truth about Harold Camping and the May 21st Rapture.

    The May 21st Rapture – An $80 Million Hoax by Harold Camping and Family Radio?

    Harold Camping made headlines when he and his church claimed on their Family Radio program that Earth’s Rapture would begin on May 21st. Camping claims that thet start of the rapture will be marked by a large Earthquake, which will set-off 5 months of catastrophe, the horrors of which have never be seen in the history of mankind. Camping then went on to claim that these views are the beliefs of Christians and that in October, the final wrath will take place and Earth will end.

    Those claims are very strong and powerful. If you look around, you’ll notice that the skies are not cracking and the latest horrible Earthquake we have endured as a global community is the horror in Japan, which I think as a Christian community we should still be rallying to help the Japanese people rebuild and restore in any way possible.

    But Camping, in his wisdom, is making these fervent claims of fiery vitriol and atheist deception. Atheists are spreading his word, because it is ‘a final proof’ of Christian delusion. An investigation into this sham reveals why his words are a money-making scheme.

    - Family Radio -

    Camping’s money-making organization is Family Radio. As reported by CW networks, Family Radio received over $80 million dollars between the years 2005 to 2009. These profits came from contributions to the Oakland, California based enterprise that owns 65 stations across America.

    In an interview with CNN.com, employees of Family Radio shockingly announced that their company had not made any plans for ‘the rapture’. Everyone was scheduled to come in for business as usual and if you were to clock in late, you would be docked, just as normal. Why would this be the case if there was really a rapture. Would Harold Camping dare not invoke the wrath of God by punishing him employees by running late, ‘Because God is tearing the Earth asunder I cannot make it in today.”

    “I don’t believe in any of this stuff that’s going on, and I plan on being here next week,” attested a receptionist at Family Radio’s Oakland headquarters to an interview with CNNMoney.

    Family Radio does employ many people of Christian faith but what’s apparent is that the organization has been infiltrated with a Satanic influence. If Christians never will claim to know when the end of the world will occur, it means that those who claim to know such are not Christians. That is what the Bible states on the subject. Is Harold now not a Christian and if so, what and who is driving him to lead an organization lies?

     

    You have just witnessed a Smoking Gun.  This letter reflect the words of a man who seems ready to leave his colleagues behind, not due to the rapture but rather, and simply, due to greed.  This man had $80 million dollars of profit in a five year span by saying “The rapture is coming, the rapture is coming on this exact date!”

    And any Christian who is self-respecting would have ignored it, like we did.  But atheists, in all of your infinite glory, drove loonies to give this man money.  Richard Dawkins probably sits on this church’s Board of Directors.  These are not the words of Christ, these are the words of a man who obviously had no merit and as you can see, the rapture did not occur.

    Family Radio continues to push on and many people still work for the company and will continue to do so.  But this is proof that some, if not all, of a segment of that organization has some atheist bearing.  The gloating on Facebook, Twitter and Myspace is now unreasonable.  The same people who offend by making Zombie Jesus Jokes on Easter are working double hard to make this nonsense seem like it is from true Bible-promoting Christians.  It most assuredly is not and shame if you spread words that state otherwise.

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