Religious leader Harold Camping claims May 21, 2011 will be the exact date of the end of the world. Should we be concerned?
No! Camping first claimed the end of the world would come in 1994. It didn’t. Now he claims 2011 is the time. He bases it on erroneous conclusions based on the date of modern Israel’s founding with Old Testament celebrations. Whether Camping or any other religious leader, anyone who claims an exact date is wrong. Even Jesus claimed he did not know the day or hour, but only the Father in heaven. What is biblical is to live as if the rapture of Jesus could occur anytime, including today.
For more information see https://jashow.org/articles/an-introduction-to-biblical-prophecy/