by Matthew Raley
According to the Christian Post, Harold Camping made a statement this evening that the end of the world will come in five months. He admitted being wrong about the rapture, but insisted that “judgment day” did indeed come on May 21st, as he had predicted. Apparently the judgment was a “spiritual” event.
Camping went on to insist that his other predictions have come true as well. The Post reports, “May 21, 1988, judgment came upon the churches; Sept. 27, 1994 , judgment continued on the churches but was also placed on parts of the world; then on May 21, 2011, judgment was placed on the entire world.”
This story defies any attempt at analysis, generalization, or satire.