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She's Fit to Lead
Online go to site for young women 18-24 to #ConnectToConfidence
Being a college girl myself, seeing fellow peers following their dreams and passions at such a young age was truly inspiring
For Christians, Does Being Pro-Life Lead More Souls to Hell?
Libertarian Candidate for California Governor 2018; Creator of...
From a strictly biblical point of view, being born on Earth is a test. All our actions will eventually be judged by an omnipotent God who will determine whether we go to heaven or hell. Our deeds, sinful or not, determine where we spend eternity.
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On Trial: Judgement vs. Expression
Los Angeles-based contemporary artist who works in several med...
I struggled to write this article. I was imagining people scouring the article for every little thing I did wrong. I was constantly questioning the worth and validity of what I had to say. I'm still doing it as I write this.
Harold Camping Says May 21 Rapture Prediction Was 'Incorrect And Sinful'
"We have learned the very painful lesson that all of creation is in God's hands and he will end time in his time, not ours
Prophets and Honor: Give Camping a Little Credit
Associate Professor of Medieval History, University of Tenness...
Like his predecessors, Camping convinced himself that he had cracked the millennial code. What makes Camping stand out is his behavior after the failure.
Harold Camping Revises Apocalypse Prediction For Friday (VIDEO)
After the fact, Camping's retroactively revised his prediction such that May's apocalypse was scaled back to an "invisible
Ozzy Osbourne and the Apocalypse
I teach English literature and biblical studies at Providence ...
Allow me to suggest that comparing the most talked about preacher of 2011 and heavy metal's prince of darkness offers a colorful illustration of a simple point
Rapture Interruptus: Bursting the Bubble of Apocalyptic Expectation
Peter M. J. Hess, Ph.D.
Theology for a Sustainable Future
The "rapture" appeals to people because it offers a simple and hypnotic solution to their personal problems and the terrifying array of tribulations confronting the world today.
Rapt by the Rapture: Thoughts on Reponses to Religious Figures
Shira Hirschman Weiss
Writer, Blogger, Regular contributor to local newpapers in Ber...
I really wanted to know what types of individuals were drawn to what Harold Camping had to say, so I spoke with a Christian Pastor, a best-selling Christian author and a hypnotist with a Masters in Religion.
An Open Letter To Harold Camping
Author of 'The Buddha Walks into a Bar' and co-founder of MNDFL
I have to say, both on Sept. 6, 1994 and on May 21, 2011, I feel like you did something that was not so great. In fact, I'll say it was pretty awful.
Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters?
I've Already Been Left Behind and Life Is Good
Christine A. Scheller
journalist & essayist
Anyone who has lived through the death of a loved one by suicide knows it can be a daily challenge to remember that life is good. Team Life Is Good was created with suicide survivors in mind.
The Real Apocalypse, and How to Avoid It
Clay Farris Naff
Science & Religion Correspondent, The Humanist Magazine
People of good faith can make common cause against apocalypse. Regardless of our view of ultimate reality, we can accept the world as science finds it and take responsibility for stewarding it.
Scientist, former White House Senior Policy Analyst, Ph.D in n...
Like Miller, or Franz or Applewhite before him, Camping believes he has a unique ability to interpret the word of god that gives him special insight. So we pause with bated breath to learn when the next End of Days will arrive.
What Harold Camping Got Right
Phil Cooke, Ph.D.
Filmmaker, media consultant and author of "One Big Thing: Disc...
Inaccurate, wrong, or wacky -- Camping's followers have told their story far better than major Christian denominations, mega-churches, and supposed "media" ministries have done.
Camping: Rapture Occured, but No One Worth Saving
Policy Director for the American University College Democrats
"Why I am still here is irrelevant; all I can do now is take the 80 million dollar surplus my organization has collected to the Cayman Islands."
Doomsday 2011: Believers and Skeptics React to Failed Prophecy (VIDEO)
May 21 Earthquakes: Rapture 2011 Rumors Prove False (POLL)
The rumors had persisted for months. Harold Camping and his followers were convinced beyond any doubt. But Camping's family
Harold Camping's Family Radio Goes Quiet With May 21 Actually Here
Harold Camping, president of Family Radio and a multimillionaire, has also been quiet, as the hours tick and signs of an
THE WORLD POST
Rapture 2011: Other 'End Of The World' Predictions From Around The World (PHOTOS)
A fringe Christian radio group's prediction that "Judgment Day" will be upon us May 21 has created an international sensation
Don't forget the Mets in your May 21st Rapture plans!
Rapture 2011: Apocalypse Now... No, Now! (LIVE BLOG)
For Camping and his followers, Judgment Day is serious business, even though past predictions by Camping about the Apocalypse
CULTURE & ARTS
Apocalyptic Imagery In Art History
Even if the Rapture doesn't come May 21, maybe thinking about Judgment Day every century or so can be a good thing. The End
The Best Rapture News Tweets: May 21 On Twitter
Is the media going overboard with May 21? There are plenty of reasons to believe the rapture rumors are false, even though
Apocalists: 9 Lists To Get You Through The End Of The World (PICTURES)
It's pretty well-documented at this point that the apocalypse may or may not be happening tomorrow, May 21, and the internet
"The Rapture" and "Good Life" -- Two Happy Songs About May 21
I have always been fascinated by the end-time believers. I envy their strong faith and certainty, as well as their flexibility when the believed date of doom passes without even a small locust infestation.
Where is Jesus? The Case of the Missing Messiah
Author, Human Rights Lawyer, Visiting Fellow, Harvard Universi...
What if the Messiah came to unite all religions under one flag of peace with love -- not forced conversion? What if he came to revive faith through rational discourse -- not violence?
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