Retired man spends entire savings to warn of May 21 end of the world
May 14, 2011
"Fitzpatrick spent his money on 1,000 placards on subway cars and several more on bus shelters around the city. They read: "Global Earthquake! The Greatest Ever - Judgment Day: May 21."
"The retiree's beliefs are based on the predictions made by Harold Camping, who claims the rapture will take place on May 21. Fitzpatrick said the cataclysmic event will happen just before 6 p.m. Eastern."
Comment: Perhaps the Church is going into that great retirement in the sky on May 21, so that the real work of building the Kingdom of God may begin here on the earth.
This whole thing is based upon a faulty interpretation of the second coming of Christ, along with some chronology that is incorrect by at least 1,500 years. (May 21, 2011 is NOT 7,000 years after the flood, as Camping says.) For the truth (as I see it), read my books: