Well, another prediction has failed about Christ’s second coming, which was dated to May 21, 2011. Another prophesy has been shown to be false, made by Harold Camping, a man notorious for false prophesies. As the world awakes on May 22, we need to consider the implications of this false prophesy made by this false prophet, and others like him. It should, therefore, be very valuable to consider how each group of people should proceed to live lives in accordance to reality.
Update: Harold Camping has predicted a new date for the return of Jesus Christ of October 21, 2011.
To Christians Who Believed Harold Camping’s Prophesy:
First and foremost, a gentle ‘I told you so!’ is in order (read this article I wrote months ago about why Christ will not come back on May 21, 2011). Second, did you know that in OT times when prophets were proven wrong they were stoned to death? Why such harshness for mere teaching? Because if one were thought to speak for God and later proven wrong, he would be seen as a heretic of the highest order. The Bible communicates that teachers will be judged harshly because they have the capability to lead people astray from the truth. (more…)