Background, reflection, and fall out from Harold Camping's prediction that Saturday 21 May 2011 would bring massive earthquakes, the rapture, and the beginning of Earth's end:
- "How Harold Camping Marketed the Rapture"
- RC Sproul Outlines the Major Christian Biblical Theories about the End of the World
- Hour of the Apocalypse passes quietly, believers confused and philosophical
- "Believers reactions mixed to unfulfilled doomsday"
- Tom Evans, Family Radio board member and spokesman, indicates that the board of Family Radio will need to have a "serious meeting" with Camping.
- Harold Camping's daughter reports her dad's self-confessed "bewilderment." In this same article, Evans also advises that he's moving his family back to California next week.
- Ed Stetzer, a contributing editor for Christianity Today, provides reflection on the proper attitude of Christians as they wait for Christ's return.
- Followers of Camping deal with the disappointment.
- Christian Leader calls on Camping to Repent
- CNN interviews Family Radio Spokesperson