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A Chinese man handed me a pamphlet during the parade in Chinatown. It stated a date had been given by God that the Apocalypse. I then got to my car and turned on BIG 100.3 FM and heard the same statement during a commercial broadcast. It really made me wonder how much money is being used to market this message and why?

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Guest Jesusin2011

It is absolutely going to happen on May 21,2011! Only about 7 weeks away. The Japan earthquake and tsunami are a prelude to the total destruction and annihilation coming to this entire earth. And oh what a hint - an earthquake in Christ Church, New Zealand. Yes Jesus is also coming to pick up His Church - but only His true believers. Everyone else will perish for all eternity. Repent of your sins, pray to God like you never have or you will turn to dust. The salvation program ends on May 20th... Learn about all this Biblical truth at www.FamilyRadio.com - Especially listen to their Open Forum radio program! And read all their literature!

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Guest yuvalel

All you have to do is watch and see, and you will realize that there are a bunch of people with their own agenda and mis interpretation of the Bible. There will be another day. Then people will look at Ohhhh 2012 the end of the world, but it will not come. The Bible states that God will bring all the Jewish people back into the land of Israel and leave not one left among the nations anymore. God was known as the God of Israel until 70 AD when God kicked the Jewish people out of the Land. Then God became known as the God of the Gentiles. Just think about it. Every Gentile knows that God (the God of Israel) exists and is real, but denies Him. Jesus (Yeshua - Hebrew name for Jesus) is known about the Gentiles. When the fulness of the Gentiles come in, then God will no longer be referred to as the God of the Gentiles, but once again be known as the God of Israel. The Church seeks to replace Israel, but God has never. It is still to be that a person is to except Jesus as their personal savior, but without the fear of religious control.

 

Jesus love you, and God Bless

Shalom

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Guest Jenny Grace

Harold Camping is NOT A CHRISTIAN!

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Wqd5950-Cg

 

Harold Camping was a happy Bible teacher in a church called Alameda CRC, He was very popular and well liked by all. He had been there for many years. The problem started with Camping's obsession with the End of the World and his "Own" doctrine.

 

He insisted that it was possible to know the date of Jesus return. Camping started going off on his own agenda and preached his “own” doctrine in the classes.

 

A former member states "He was really obsessed with the End of the world and figuring out when exactly it would be"

 

At this time his real job was President of Family Radio and he was becoming a Multimillionaire. He was again warned to stop making up his own Bible teachings at the church.

 

http://haroldcamping-21.blogspot.com/2011/05/harold-campings-real-reason-for-hating.html

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Guest Wiki

Family Radio (aka Family Stations Inc.) began obtaining FM broadcasting licenses on commercial frequencies early in FM's history, and by 2006, was ranked 19th among top broadcast companies in number of radio stations owned . Currently, Family Radio's affiliates in New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, and San Francisco are on prime commercial frequencies and the licenses of these stations alone may be worth hundreds of millions of dollars if sold today.

 

In 1958, a Family Radio founder, Harold Camping, joined with other individuals of Christian Reformed, Bible Baptist, and Conservative Christian Presbyterian to purchase an FM radio station in San Francisco, California, KEAR, then at 97.3 MHz, to broadcast traditional Christian Gospel to the conservative Protestant community and minister to the general public. With the primary purpose of broadcasting doctrines of Christianity reflective of the teachings of the Holy Bible, Family Radio remained independent, never merging with any particular church organization or church denominations.

 

Through the 1960s, as a ministry, both non-profit organization and non-commercial, Family Radio acquired 6 additional FM stations and 7 other AM stations under guidelines established by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) . The flagship station for the network of both full-power and low-power translator stations is KEAR in San Francisco (now at 610 kHz, since 2005 at 106.9 MHz).Due to FCC rules regarding translator stations, the legal primary station for the translators was changed to KEAR-FM in Sacramento, after the former primary FM station in San Francisco was sold to CBS Radio.

 

With the sale of KEAR-FM to CBS Radio in 2005, broadcasts from San Francisco moved to an AM radio frequency. Family Radio continues to own other large market FM commercial band stations, including WFME 94.7 MHz Newark, NJ in the New York City radio market.

 

Many program productions broadcast throughout the Family Radio station network were produced in the Oakland, California facilities. The production process involved pre-recording two weeks of broadcast programming on reel-to-reel tapes distributed to each local Family Radio station for broadcast on the specified date. Free broadcast time was provided by Family Radio to national fundamentalist and evangelical ministries—outside ministries' programs were sent in cassette and reel-to-reel tape formats to respective Family Radio stations for local broadcast. Popular network announcers and the programs they hosted included Jon Arthur (The Quiet Hours, Big Jon & Sparky, Radio Reading Circle); Omar Andeel (The Morning Clock); Harold Hall (The Christian Home); Ken Boone (Music to Live By); Bob Swenson (Transition); and Jerry Edinger (Nightwatch). Each local Family Radio station had local board operators providing world, national, and local news and weather at various intervals throughout the day; regular public service announcements and daily public affairs programming; and local traffic reports via phone call-in during morning and afternoon weekdays. Outside ministry programs included "Focus on the Family" (which was pulled in 1985), "Freedom Under Fire", "Unshackled", "Back to the Bible", "Family News in Focus", "Beyond Intelligent Design", and "Walk with the King" with Dr. Robert A. Cook. This last program still airs today, although now often edited in places deemed incompatible with the current doctrinal stand. Local Family Radio stations for many years also broadcast church services from local community fundamentalism churches, and the remainder of Family Radio's broadcast time was allocated to traditional Christian music.

 

By the late 1980s, programming was delivered via satellite, local news was taken off the stations in favor of a various national news from a Christian news source, and all but a few local announcements are produced at their Oakland, California facilities.

 

Beginning in the late 1990s, Family Radio began gradually dropping outside ministries because of doctrinal changes in the ministry. As board members left the ministry, they were not being replaced. Harold Camping's views as they were changing became the focus of the ministry. Up to the late 1990s, Family Radio endorsed local church attendance but once Camping stated the church age was over, they are now stating that Christians should NOT be members or attend church services of any type. Today Family Radio produces 95 % of their programming and runs very few outside ministries. Most teaching programs are hosted by Harold Camping himself.

 

Music broadcast by Family Radio in the 1960s and 1970s was typical of religious stations, commercial and non-commercial. Some commercial stations played Contemporary Christian Music (CCM) for a few hours a week, but in the 1980s, as commercial and some non-commercial Christian stations evolved to Contemporary formats, Family Radio remained with a mainly traditional music format composed of choir hymns, various Gospel singing groups such as the Bill Gaither Trio, Christian college choirs, instrumental orchestral hymn renditions from conductors such as Paul Mickelson and Ralph Carmichael, vocalists such as George Beverly Shea, Frank Boggs, Doug Oldham, Dave Boyer, and others, and softer urban contemporary gospel songs. From the 1970s onward, Family Radio included a few selected tracks from some lighter contemporary Christian artists such as Maranatha, Pam Mark Hall, Cynthia Clawson, the New Creation Singers, Ken Medema, Michael Card, and others, but largely abandoned this direction by the early 2000s, although this genre is still occasionally heard. In the mid to late 1970s there began a policy of not announcing the names of artists behind the music aired. This was explained as arising from the concern not to distract from the Christ-centered focus of the music. Listeners had to write in for information about music heard that they were interested in.

 

Family Radio's text publications, and their telephone call-in program, "Open Forum," have continued to be based on the text of the authorized King James Bible. Prerecorded Bible readings broadcast over satellite, shortwave, radio frequencies and the internet are generally based on the Modern King James Bible.

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Guest JaelCR1

"But of that day and hour knoweth no [man], no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father only." Matthew 24:36

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Guest Miguel De La Torre

You may have seen the billboards posted nationwide or the person on a street corner standing with a sign – all proclaiming "Judgment Day, May 21." The question is should you prepare yourself for reckoning or live your days as you normally do?

 

"Many people in today's culture are fascinated by the end of the world," said Miguel De La Torre, Professor of Social Ethics, Iliff School of Theology. "If you give enough leeway and imagination and you provide enough Scripture, you can predict almost anything. Whether or not it will happen on a particular day is a different story."

 

While May 21 is the latest purported date for Judgment Day, Professor De La Torre points out that there have been many dates singled out in the past.

 

"In this case, individuals have determined that May 21 is 7,000 years after the flood in the story of Noah's Ark. It's pure speculation, since there is no way to determine exactly when the flood mentioned in the Bible was a regional flood, if there was a flood, how long it took to subside, etc., " commented De La Torre. "It doesn't take a lot to look at dates and times to construct these types of scenarios. It's been going on before there was a Jesus."

 

So, should we heed the warnings proclaimed by signs and billboards?

 

"If I knew for certainty that I was going to die this weekend, then the mark of a good life is to live the last days of my life like I lived all the other days up to this point. My advice would be to 'be at peace,'" added De La Torre. "No one knows when the world will end. It could end up May 21 this year, next year, or a hundred or a thousand years from now. We don't know. What we do know is that people who have taken predictions of the last day of the earth and did all matters of things that could not be undone, that their lives were destroyed. One needs to be careful not to fall into that trap."

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Guest Luke

Is this the new Y2K? People are giving money away to make this viral.

 

Read story

 

There will be a great earthquake and life will be over pretty much as we understand it on May 21st just before 6pm

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Birds are chirping. Judgment day looks to be pretty nice. Hope Family Radio is forced to give back all the money they duped from people.

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Guest Troy

Deuteronomy 18:22 If what a prophet proclaims in the name of the LORD does not take place or come true, that is a message the LORD has not spoken. That prophet has spoken presumptuously, so do not be alarmed.

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Guest Luke

If you were standing on top of Grimsvotn volcano in Iceland, then the world did come to a swift end for you.

 

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LOL. That is the truth. I would like to see what the doomsayer has to say now. Watch this sister of Harold Camping supporter gets very upset by this young man's presence. Her actions were not that Christian to say the least. I wonder if there will be a postponement until December 21, 2012?

 

http://www.twitvid.com/NKUGF

Edited by Luke_Wilbur

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Guest Neil

I am a Christian and I believe Jesus is coming back. Nothing in what has happened (or failed to happen) is evidence against this. On the contrary, Camping's false prophecy is just one in a long line of false prophecies concerning Christ's return which Jesus Himself predicted in Matthew 24. An eschatological fascination comes over some so they ignore Jesus' warning that NO MAN KNOWS THE DAY.

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Guest Soldier of God

Occultists place much faith in the inherent power of numbers. This process is "Divination" and is specifically prohibited by God.

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Guest Haans Brant

The end is near! (1 month away!)

 

Through many years of bible study and personal exploration, Harold Camping has decoded sacred texts. He states that God has left clues in the bible that lead to the dates of May 21, and October 21, 2011 as dates for the end of the world. Interpretation lead Camping to believe that the true believers would be saved in the rapture months before the End of the World, but we now know what it will all happen on October 21, 2011.

 

October-21-Doomsday-Tombstone.jpg

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Guest sean

It is absolutely going to happen on May 21,2011! Only about 7 weeks away. The Japan earthquake and tsunami are a prelude to the total destruction and annihilation coming to this entire earth. And oh what a hint - an earthquake in Christ Church, New Zealand. Yes Jesus is also coming to pick up His Church - but only His true believers. Everyone else will perish for all eternity. Repent of your sins, pray to God like you never have or you will turn to dust. The salvation program ends on May 20th... Learn about all this Biblical truth at www.FamilyRadio.com - Especially listen to their Open Forum radio program! And read all their literature!

 

I don't believe the date is correct because the bible states that we will not know the time and place of such things. Sean

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