When the world failed to end on October 21 — just like on May 21 or back in 1994 — Judgment Day predictor Harold Camping had to come up with yet another excuse. It took him almost two weeks, but on his Family Radio network today, he again voiced his disbelief (but stopped short of apologizing). "I am checking my own notes more carefully than ever," he said. "There is other language in the Bible, and we still have to look at very carefully. ... We should be very patient about this matter. At least in a minimum way, we are learning to walk more and more humble before God. We are ready to cry out and weep before God, 'Oh Lord, You have the truth, we don't have it.'" Enough already.
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