**Urgent** October 21, 2011 / Judgment Day, Harold Camping. Is There Nothing to Worry About? It is Slightly Scary.
Posted Tue Oct 18, 2011 11:26 PM
I personally have many questions about this; however at the same time, I simply cannot find any substance nor validity with what this man predicts. I posit, that his very teachings have wrongfully instilled fear within many millions of persons in addition to Christians. I do not believe these allegations for one second, that this will occur. Mr. Camping is entitled to his own religious perceptions, but not to pursue nor brainwash the people into believing what he believes. As it is a political rule of thumb, one simply cannot pursue another to prescribe to this realm of thinking, generally speaking. You and I have the Holidays to prepare for; the most wonderful time of the year, Halloween and trick or treating with your children, Thanksgiving and then Christmas. I am contemplating my college commencement ceremony, but I am most definitely not incorporating the world ending on October 21 or December 21, 2012 into that equation. If everybody is in peril about this allegation or prophecy, how are they to carry out their everyday doings? A rhetorical question, with receives the following answer: they will not be able to, due to the high prevalence of fear. I find this prophecy to be preposterous. The December 21 date is the product of the Mayan civilization's theory, a civilization that thrived eons prior.
May I ask, what everybody's thoughts are on Mr. Camping's alleged prophecy. For those persons who have entered a state of shock and isolation, should they truly be exhibiting this behavior? Is there truly not anything to concern ourselves with? Again, I have been very scared of the thought, but I simply cannot conceive it as being true. I am assuming that this is a silly, negligible matter to be thinking of, given that one cannot predict the actual day on which the world will end. Mr. Camping's prophecy strongly seems to be one based upon unproven claims as oppose to concrete, irrefutable evidence. In the event that I have bored you with this thread, I can only apologize, but I did believe that this would be a matter that would be worth disclosing with the fellow SexForums community. Thank you, and have a nice day.
Posted Wed Oct 19, 2011 04:16 AM
Posted Wed Oct 19, 2011 04:39 AM
And as for the Mayan Calender prediction, that's equally as fanciful.
Posted Thu Oct 20, 2011 06:46 AM
Now, and even if the freaken world is about to destroyed by whatever force, what are we gonna do about it.
My opinion, just live your life to the fullest, and ladies if there is a Middle-eastern man you wanna sleep with "Me" I say go for it, life is gonna end anyways...........
Seriously, just live it up
Posted Thu Oct 20, 2011 07:38 AM
He profits from predicting the end of times, this is his 4th prediction that the world will end. People continue to listen to him which in turn lets him continue his rants, The more he gains attention the longer he stays around.
Also on the Mayan calender note its also not true. Why? Because it is a CALENDER, The Mayans created calenders for a lot of things, the main thing is calenders just reset and start again once theyre completed, They arent going to create a calender that lasts infinite, thats just ridiculous.
I think human beings just get a little too curious with when the world is going to end, im only 21 years old and ive lived through 6 endings of the world so far, not bragging or nothin!
So all in all, Live your life looking forward to your future, Not living for knowing when its all gonna come to an end.
Harold Camping, You are a waste of oxygen.
Posted Thu Oct 20, 2011 07:50 AM
Posted Thu Oct 20, 2011 06:01 PM
I wish he would do us all a favor and kill himself. I'm getting sick and tired of all of these doomsday's predictions. No one will EVER be able to predict the final day.
This post has been edited by redhead8807: Thu Oct 20, 2011 06:04 PM
Posted Thu Oct 20, 2011 09:20 PM
I always wonder if these predictions include October 5-14, 1582, the 10 days that never actually existed. Maybe the world was supposed to end October 10, 1582, but God couldn't find anyone to smite on that day.
Posted Thu Oct 20, 2011 10:56 PM
I didn't know about the ten days that didn't exist, that's cool though.
If the world is going to end, the world is going to end. When or if it happens, while humans inhabit the earth, who know, but we sure as heck aren't going to be able to do anything about it if it does. We will never be prepared for some of the things that the universe could throw at us.
Posted Thu Oct 20, 2011 11:13 PM
Posted Fri Oct 28, 2011 10:36 AM
Posted Tue Nov 01, 2011 12:42 PM
Camping predicted that the rapture would occur May 21 "beyond the shadow of a doubt." That initial foray into end-times forecasting sparked a media frenzy, spreading word of Earth's pending moment of reckoning far and wide, and leading some believers to begin making preparations.
When the big day came and went without incident, Camping suffered a stroke. Later, he revised his prediction, saying on the group's website that it was only a spiritual judgment that occurred in May, and that the rapture would in fact take place October 21.
Four days after this latest prophecy failed to pan out, the group removed the notice from its website, suggesting it was leveraging out of of the prediction business. And Brandon Tauszik, a documentarian who has been attending Camping's church for eight months, told the Christian Post that Camping has said he's stepping down.
Tauszik also said that Camping has changed his views on whether it's possible to predict the exact date of the end of the world. He now stresses the importance of always being ready for God's judgment.
Many believers doubted Camping's credibility all along. He first predicted the end of the world in 1992, saying it would come in 1994.