(RNS) Two years after radio evangelist Harold Camping erroneously predicted the end of the world, his California-based Family Radio has sold its prominent stations and let go of veteran staffers.
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(RNS) After being contacted by New Hampshire insurance officials, the owner of a business who claimed he would provide atheist rescuers for pets of Christians caught up in the Rapture now says his three-year-old service was a spoof and never had any clients. By Adelle M. Banks.
(RNS) Doomsday prophet Harold Camping conceded last week that his failed May 21 end-of-the-world prediction was “incorrect and sinful,” but a man who runs a rescue for pets that have been left behind by the Rapture wishes he'd keep on talking. By Adelle M. Banks.