Harold Camping’s Family Radio Pulls Doomsday Predictions from Website

Harold Camping’s Family Radio Pulls Doomsday Predictions from Website
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Prepare yourself: the end is here. The end of the end of the world predictions, that is.

Family Radio, the religious organization started by self-professed prophet Harold Camping, is no longer calling for the end of the world. Is it possible after two failed predictions this year, and at least two more in past years, that they just don’t know when the Rapture will be?

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So, for now at least, they’ve stopped predicting. That’s right, there’s no other ominous date in their calendar for the foreseeable future. And the 90-year-old Camping,
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