Harold Camping says May 21, 2011 will be his last day on Earth. So why is his company still taking credit card donations, even the kind that takes at least three days to clear?
The folks at The Stir are asking that very question, and it does seem to knock a huge hole in his theory that he, like millions of others, will be meeting Jesus in the sky on Saturday's "Rapture" event.
Although Camping is at the center of the prophesy that the end of the world starts on Saturday, his Family Radio website is still asking for donations that will carry the network well into the future.
Why? What good will money do when the world is consumed by famine, pestilence, and violence? Doesn't this question point up the absurdity of Camping's claims? The good folks at CafeMom have raised a very valid point, one that deserves a serious response.
What do you think? Does this show that this whole issue is just a giant scam? Will you give to Family Radio?
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