Christmas may be less than 20 days away, but Jesus actually returns in less than 170 days

Nashville billboards claim Jesus will return May 21, 2011

That’s the message on 40 billboards around Nashville, proclaiming May 21, 2011, as the date of the Rapture. Billboards are up in eight other U.S. cities, too.

Fans of Family Radio Inc., a nationwide Christian network, paid for the billboards. Family Radio’s founder, Harold Camping, predicted the May date for the Rapture.


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1 Response to Christmas may be less than 20 days away, but Jesus actually returns in less than 170 days

  1. shawnwilson says:

    I don't know whether to cry, laugh, or just sigh. First, how can we know when even Jesus doesn't know? (Matt. 24:36) And the scripture verse they give says, "a wise man's heart discerneth both time and judgement." Wouldn't that mean Jesus was unwise since he doesn't even know when he is coming?

    American Christians are SO dumb sometimes!!

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