Christian group predicts the world will be 'annihilated' on Wednesday - 2015-10-06

F345.png Christian group predicts the world will be 'annihilated' on Wednesday October 6, 2015, Adam Gabbatt, The Guardian

The expectation of the world ending this fall stems from an earlier prediction by Harold Camping, a Christian radio host who was based in California. In 2011 Camping used his radio station, Family Radio, to notify people that the world would end on 21 May of that year. When that turned out to be incorrect, Camping revised his prediction to October 2011. That also turned out to be incorrect, and Camping retired from public life soon after. He died in 2013, at age 93.

McCann believes that Camping's 21 May 2011 prediction did have some truth, however. That day was declared to be "judgment day" because it was actually the day God stopped the process of selecting which churchgoers will survive Wednesday's massacre, McCann said.

Following 21 May 2011, God turned his attention to deciding which non-churchgoers to save, according to McCann. The eBible Fellowship believes that God said he would devote 1,600 days to this task – bringing us to 7 October 2015.

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