OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Religious broadcaster Harold Camping has
revised his end of the world forecast.
Two days after he and his followers failed to disappear to be
with Jesus Christ, Camping returned to the airwaves to declare that
the world will still end on Oct. 21, as he predicted.
But instead of the biblical "rapture," Camping now says May 21
was a "spiritual" Judgment Day, with the entire world now under
God's judgment until it's destroyed five months later.
Camping added that since God's judgment and salvation were
completed on Saturday, there's no point in continuing to warn
people about it. He said his Family Radio network will now just
play Christian music and programs for people who are already saved
until the end comes on Oct. 21.