Monthly Archives: May 2011

Who Designed the Bible Wheel?

When I first discovered the Bible Wheel in 1995, I soon became convinced that it was designed by “God.” My conception of God at that time was pretty much in line with with the “Guy-in-the-sky” style God of traditional Christian theism. I have since come to realize that I do not, indeed cannot, believe in […]

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Christians Praise Harold Camping for doing “God’s Work”

There’s a lot of praise over on for the “great work” that Harold Camping did for the Lord by popularizing belief in the rapture and the end of the world. Here are some samples. I begin with this post by Fay on May 23 [source]:

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The Overwhelming Power of Blind Belief and Religious Delusion

Benny’s Blog reports: “Judgment Day on May 21 did come”, said Camping. However, he clarified that the Judgment Day arrived in a spiritual sense rather than manifesting physically. It is my opinion that this elevates Harold Camping to be the new paragon of religious delusion (as if we didn’t have enough exemplars already). I have […]

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Law Group Suing Harold Camping and Family Radio!

Propagate this link – – so the victims of Harold Camping will have a better chance of finding it. It is for a law group that hopes to ‚Äúsend a very strong message to Camping, et al. that actions have consequences; and that they cannot broadcast false and misleading information all across the globe, […]

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My Prediction for Harold Camping and Family Radio after May 21

I‘ve read a lot of speculation about what will happen to Harold Camping and his Family Radio empire (with 150 stations, worth over $100 million). Most folks think he and his servants will just regroup, recalculate, and come up with a new date. This is exactly what happened after he falsely predicted the rapture would […]

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What a day! Rode from Yakima to White Pass with my friend Preston

I often go for a nice 33 mile bicycle ride around Yakima, stopping at Starbucks to rest, read, and visit with friends before the final eight mile stretch home. I usually do the loop four or five times a week so I’m in pretty good shape. But I wasn’t sure I was ready for the […]

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