You say two-four, Family Radio says no more

Family Radio has spent millions advertising what it predicts will be the end of theworld.

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As many Canadians finalize their long weekend plans, the group behind the May 21 Judgment Day prediction is preparing for the end.

Tom Evans, spokesperson for evangelical Christian group Family Radio, says the week has been bittersweet. “The character of May 21 has nothing to do with preparing and stocking up food and that sort of thing.”

Family Radio, founded by Harold Camping, has spent millions advertising what it predicts will be the end of the
world. “We’ve told the world this and now it’s in each individuals
hands,” Evans said.

The Earth-shattering quake the group prophesies will be “a greater, stronger earthquake than anything mankind has experienced,” Evans said.

But asked about rumours the group spent its entire budget on the campaign, Evans said this isn’t the case. “Family Radio would never endanger itself by using funds reserved for the maintenance and the running of Family Radio on this sort of thing.”

And if May 21 comes and goes without the predicted globe-shattering quake?

“Then God is a liar,” Evans said.

 
 
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