Medford, OR (PRWEB) October 14, 2011
Three failed doomsday predictions rate a strikeout. Four predictions rate a commemorative coin. Doomsday Coins has created a commemorative coin for the most recent Rapture claim by Harold Camping which is supposed to happen October 21, 2011.
Camping's Family Radio is not a church and he doesn't claim ministerial authority. He does claim that the church institutions don't employ the Bible alone for guidance. According to Camping, each church or denomination has a unique set of guidelines, which show them how to interpret the Bible. This focus on the Bible alone is what distinguishes him from churches according to him. Followers continued to listen to him even after he was wrong in his previous predictions of doom.
He predicted that on May 21, 2011 Jesus Christ would return and in the Rapture the righteous would go to heaven, followed by the destruction of Earth, with millions of people dying each day. He previously predicted May 21, 1988, and September 6, 1994 as judgement days. With four dates set in the last twenty years and times between them shrinking, he must think the time is near. Please see the attached PDF for more information.
After failing in three previous attempts, Mr. Camping claims the third one was just a screening date and that everyone has now been classified as pass or fail. So the stage is set for the end of the world on October 21, 2011, if he has accurately determined what the Bible is saying.
Other predicted events of destruction, such as the end of the Mayan calendar next year, will also be commemorated by Doomsday Coins. At the website is a list of cults and historical claims. The countdown clock is set and, if we are still here, links to cult awareness groups and news will be included on the blog. The website also has survival gear and food or, for those less serious, party supplies to help get through the day