If you are reading this blog right now, it means the 'World did not end'! The doomsday prediction of Harold Egbert Camping about the end of the world on May 21 had created panic to most of us. However, it was just a sham.It was hilarious when you listen to people who acted like they knew when they gonna die. Some of them wished to celebrate birthdays in advance or tend to do some crazy things just to enjoy the rest of the day because they believed the world will completely end. It sounds stupid but even my innocent 10 years old little sister thought about getting married two days before the said doomsday. I was totally shocked when she told me that.
And why would they based the future from the book? I hope there is no more phoney news to be scattered in the future.
Here’s the article I found on NY DAILY NEWS posted on May 20, 2011:
As people across the globe wait to see if the world will end Saturday, one evangelical minister says don't panic because it won't happen.
Well, not yet, anyway.
"Nobody knows the exact day when these things are going to happen," Steve Wohlberg, who has written more than two dozen books about the End of Days, told the Daily News Thursday.
Wohlberg believes the theory that the world will end on May 21, a date set by 89-year-old Family Radio founder Harold Egbert Camping, is "flat-out wrong."
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