Harold Camping, a leading bible researcher is well known for his 2012 doomsday theory based on biblical scripture. He has several e-books and a vast library of information on his website: FAMILY RADIO WORLDWIDE. Some individuals believe his theories are rubbish and point to past failed prophecies as examples of his inaccuracy with biblical interpretation. Could Harold Camping, one of the strongest supporters of 2012 doomsday be a fraud? Check this site out and decide for yourself…
Taken from Jesus-Is-Savior.com
Harold Camping is a false prophet! The following are just a few of his false doctrines that have been taught, and that you would hear live on his heretical “Family Radio“…
- Harold Camping proclaimed the Lord’s return would be in 1994!
- Harold Camping now proclaims the Lord’s return will be in October, 20, 2011!
- Harold Camping (Family Radio) has aired Mormon advertisements!
- Harold Camping taught that NO ONE was saved between 1988 through 1994!
- Harold Camping teaches that the church age ended in 1994!
- Harold Camping teaches that the Holy Spirit is NO LONGER working in the church!
- Harold Camping teaches that EVERY church in the world is apostate!
Clearly, Harold Camping is NOT a true Christian, and has fabricated his own cult. Please read, Religion: The Occult Connection. The Word of God must be our Final Authority, and not the traditions and lies of men.
In 1992, Harold Camping published 1994?. Like Miller, he rejected the historic understanding of Daniel 8. The prophecy clearly describes the rise of the kingdom of Greece under Alexander the Great, and the division of his empire among four others. But instead of seeing the prophecy as fulfilled then, Camping transports its fulfillment to our own day. Like the Adventists and the Jehovah’s Witnesses, he focuses on the “hidden” meanings of texts, seeing pointers towards 1994 in the number of swine drowned in the Sea of Galilee or in the number of servants in Abraham’s house. Camping introduced 1994? with the following statement, “No book ever written is as audacious or bold as one that claims to predict the timing of the end of the world, and that is precisely what this book presumes to do.” As audacious as it was, it was wrong.
September 6, 1994 came and went. Camping seemed to back away from his false prophecy, but he has now decided he was right all along. It was too bitter a pill to swallow to be wrong. Like the Jehovah’s Witnesses, he says 1994 wasn’t the wrong date. We just have to add 7 years to it. Like Russell he is now telling Christians to leave their churches. All are apostate. You should no longer trust your pastors and elders, but you should abandon them and turn to one of the only true channels of God’s Word, Family Radio. Like Jehovah’s Witnesses, you should simply fellowship together and await Word from Oakland.
Harold Camping’s Latest book about the end of the world in 2011 AD, Image taken from Jesus-Is-Savior.com
In these new fellowships, there is to be no discipline, no baptism, no communion, and no authority apart from Family Radio’s interpretation of the Bible. Mr. Camping rejects 1 Corinthians 11:26 that says we are to proclaim the Lord’s death, till He comes. He rejects the clear teaching that the gates of Hades will not prevail against His church (Matthew 16:18). With even greater certainty than he had in 1994, Mr. Camping now says abandon the elders who provide watch over your soul (Hebrews 13:17), who are to shepherd the flock (1 Peter 5:1-3), and feed them (Acts 20:17-28). Do we no longer need shepherds other than Mr. Camping? Do we no longer need men to watch for our souls? Do we no longer need to be reconciled to brothers (Matthew 18)? If we do, what church is to judge it? Is Mr. Camping our pope who will judge for us?
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