It’s the End of the World (Again)

The End of the World is once again in the news. Harold Camping’s Family Radio ministry has identified October 21 as the end—a date recalculated after the original May 21 date did not turn out to be Judgment Day.

Is there any credibility in these claims? Is it possible to discover the date of Jesus’ promised return by scrutinizing Bible prophecies? In the leadup to May 21, we published a post examining what the Bible says about the timing of Judgment Day. It’s still relevant today—if you’re curious about Family Radio’s claims or have ever wondered why people keep trying to use the Bible to predict the timing of the end of the world, take a look!

Related posts:

  1. Will the world end on May 21?
  2. Has the Term “Biblical” Lost its Meaning?

Posted by Andy

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