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Harold Camping has outdone himself again by equating himself with Balaam, the mad prophet, or maybe it is a ghost writer? At any rate, in a public letter sent to all people on Family Radio’s mailing list in March of 2012, Camping is trying to hang on to his grip of Family Radio and insulted the intelligence of the people listening to the network. In the worst possible spin to convince the people to continue donating to Family Radio, he wrote the following:

“…We were even so bold as to insist that the Bible guaranteed that Christ would return on May 21 and that the true believers would be raptured. Yet this incorrect and sinful statement allowed God to the attention of a great many people who otherwise would not have paid attention. Even as God used sinful Balaam to accomplish His purposes, so He used our sin to accomplish His purpose of making the whole world acquainted with the Bible. However, even so, that does not excuse us. We tremble before God as we humbly ask Him for forgiveness for making that sinful statement. We are so thankful that God is so loving that he will forgive even this sin…”  

Before I go any further, let’s look at what the Bible states about the false prophet Balaam:

“But these, as natural brute beasts, made to be taken and destroyed, speak evil of the things that they understand not; and shall utterly perish in their own corruption;

 And shall receive the reward of unrighteousness, as they that count it pleasure to riot in the day time.

 Spots they are and blemishes, sporting themselves with their own deceivings while they feast with you;

 Having eyes full of adultery, and that cannot cease from sin; beguiling unstable souls: an heart they have exercised with covetous practices; cursed children:

Which have forsaken the right way, and are gone astray, following the way of Balaam the son of Bosor, who loved the wages of unrighteousness;

 But was rebuked for his iniquity: the dumb ass speaking with man's voice forbad the madness of the prophet. These are wells without water, clouds that are carried with a tempest; to whom the mist of darkness is reserved for ever.” (2 Peter 2:12-17)

“But these speak evil of those things which they know not: but what they know naturally, as brute beasts, in those things they corrupt themselves. Woe unto them! for they have gone in the way of Cain, and ran greedily after the error of Balaam for reward, and perished in the gainsaying of Core. These are spots in your feasts of charity, when they feast with you, feeding themselves without fear: clouds they are without water, carried about of winds; trees whose fruit withereth, without fruit, twice dead, plucked up by the roots; Raging waves of the sea, foaming out their own shame; wandering stars, to whom is reserved the blackness of darkness for ever.” (Jude 1:10-13)


Harold Camping is a master liar and spin doctor. He knows no shame and does not care what he has to do in order to hang on to the presidency of Family Radio. Camping has done what so many other false prophets have done over the years, produced some fairly descent material to gain people’s trust and lead them astray with false information. In 1974, Camping wrote a book called, “Adam When,” in which he quotes a number of Biblical scholars and secular sources. It made sense to a lot of people and opened their minds for the poison to come. Let us examine the lies and the damage that Harold has done over the last 25 years.


The year was 1992 when Family Radio published Camping’s book, “1994?” which was written to destroy the Christian churches in the World, and establish Camping and Family Radio as God’s sole representative on earth. The teaching in this book told people that God had removed the truth from the churches because they were overrun with false prophets and God had rejected the churches and forsaken them. Camping said God was using the Devil to destroy the church by allowing the Devil to be the ruler of all Christian churches. At the end of the book he made the prediction that Jesus was going to return in 1994; however, he did it in a clever way to cover himself in the event he was wrong.

“…The material set forth in this book has been researched with great care. Care was constantly exercised to make sure that no Biblical data was forced or fudged to make it fit into a preconceived idea. Every attempt was made to be faithful to the Bible. The results of this study indicate that the month of September of the year 1994 is to be the time for the end of history…” [1]

In the next paragraph Harold provided himself with a way out in case Jesus didn’t come back in September of 1994.

“…We must be cautious. There could be something that has been overlooked. In view of the many paths that I have found that focus on 1994, it seems extremely unlikely that we have overlooked something. However I modestly and humbly acknowledge that such a possibility exists…” [2]

But there was more to his presentation as he turned to a brainwashing technique in order to shame the reader to agree with him:

“…Anyone who decides that he does not believe the fact that the end is so close can do so, but he will be like the proverbial ostrich that sticks his head in the sand. His unbelief will not in any way change the reality of the fact of Christ’s return.

By God’s mercy there are a few months left. However, if this study is accurate, and I believe with all my heart that it is, there will be no extension in time. There will be no time for second guessing. When September 6, 1994, arrives, no one else can become saved. The end has come…” [3]

It should be emphasized that this is not a time for theological debate. Someone may say, ‘I don’t believe it will happen because this is not what we Baptists or Methodists or Presbyterians or whatever teach.’ The time for that kind of argumentation is long past. The only thing to do is to carefully check out these things using the Bible alone as your guide. There is no time left to trust your pastor or your church. You must trust only the Bible…” [4]

Jesus did not return on September 6, 1994 and Camping returned to the air on September 7 with his droning voice to explain to the listeners that God in his mercy had extended time on earth. He then used the following reasoning to save himself from having been wrong:

“…Because God’s timetable for the existence of the earth is tied to the time required to save all the elect, the world will be brought to an end seventeen years earlier than 2011 A.D. This avoids the possibility of the earth continuing beyond the time required to save the elect. For the sake of the elect the perfect 7000 years will be reduced by seventeen years because there will be no one left who is to become saved during these seventeen years…” [5]

I have encountered many mentally ill persons during my 45 years in the ministry. The result is the same regardless if the mental illness is caused by brain damage or by evil spirits. Camping’s reasoning is the same that I have encountered from mentally ill persons who are intelligent but delusional. What is frightening is not his mental state but the fact that the entire staff of Family Radio is following in his follies.


Family Radio published another book in 2002 written by Camping entitled “The End of the Church Age…And After. He didn’t set any dates in this book for the return of Christ but he systematically destroyed people’s faith in their salvation. He urged people to leave the churches and only rely on Family Radio for truth. This is a bizarre book and one would question the sanity of the staff at Family Radio for letting Camping publish this book through the ministry.

“…During the church age, the holy place was the local church. But during the latter rain, the only holy place, that is, the place wherein the Holy Spirit is saving, is outside of the churches. Outside of the churches is where we find the true Gospel that is altogether free from the works-grace gospel. The latter rain, during which the end of the year harvest is brought in, thus officially may have begun 2,300 days after the end of the church age and the beginning of the Great Tribulation. It is possible that the end of the church age ended in 1988. Thus, it is also possible that the beginning of the latter rain officially began in 1994…” [6]

Camping’s mentally sick mind was exposed at the end of the book when he wrote about salvation:

“…We do not know who His elect are, upon whom He will have mercy. We do know that there is nothing we can do to obtain salvation. We do know that faith cometh by hearing and hearing by the Word of God. Therefore, we know that the environment wherein God is saving is the hearing of the Word of God. Therefore, if I am not saved, even though I have no idea where I am one of God’s elect, and even though I know that no activity on my part will assist in my becoming saved, I recognize it is a wise move to place myself in an environment where God can save me if He so desires. Therefore, I will diligently list to and study the Bible.

Moreover, even though I know that God is infinite God who knows each and every detail of every individual’s life, I know I have the luxury of pleading, begging, imploring God for salvation. This activity will not assist me in any way to become saved, but at least I will know that God is hearing of my intense desire for salvation…” [7]

The great tragedy is that Camping doesn’t even know if he is saved or not and yet the staff of Family Radio continues to allow this mentally sick man to be their president and leader of the corporation. By stating that he does not know if he is saved or not, he creates doubt in every person listening to him and effectively destroys their testimony about the saving grace of God.


In February of 2008 Family Radio published an internet book written by Camping entitled, “We Are Almost There.” In this sixty-nine page booklet, Camping was once again in a deep delusion and set more dates. The rapture would occur on May 21, 2011, which was supposed to be the end of the Tribulation period. According to Camping the Great Tribulation period began on May 21, 1988, which was also the end of the church age.  With a stroke of a pen Camping did away with large portions of the Book of Revelation by eliminating the Antichrist, the False Prophet, the Mark of the Beast and all the plagues recorded in the Book of Revelation.

Furthermore, Camping got rid of the Lake of Fire by stating that the five month period from May 21 to October 21 will be hell for all unbelievers on earth. All Christians were going to be raptured on May 21 and escape the punishment of hell. The end of the world would come on October 21 and at that time all unbelievers would cease to exist. According to Camping, there is no eternal punishment, no Lake of Fire, and unbelievers simply vanish by not existing any more.

With another stroke of his pen, Camping eliminated the Great White Throne Judgment as described in Revelation, chapter 20. Using his brainwashing technique Camping wrote the following:

“… Now we are at the time of Understanding. Now, we have arrived at that time. Consequently, verses in the Bible which heretofore have been mysterious are now being understood. Almost every day new truth is pouring from the Bible. This is resulting in an increasingly greater understanding of God’s plan for the end of the world…” [8]

Camping then continued to ramble on by comparing Scriptures, looking for hidden things behind verses, supposedly discerning what no man had done before. He said that only true believers can have this understanding but he forgot that in his previous book he had told people he wasn’t sure that he was saved, so how could he then be a true believer? As I stated before, it is a terrible thing to deal with a mentally deranged person but it is worse when the entire staff at Family Radio and thousands of listeners believed what this madman taught.


In October of 2008 Family Radio published a second Internet book entitled, “To God Be The Glory.” This was another small publication compared to Camping’s printed books and consisted of 77 pages. In the preface of this book Camping stated:

“This book is a sequel or a follow-up to the book, “We Are Almost There!” In the book, “We Are Almost There!” we were able, by God’s mercy, to show that the Bible teaches with absolute certainty that the beginning of the day of judgment, which coincides with the day of the rapture, is May 21, 2011. God has made this startling information available to us precisely as He had promised…” [9]

Among the many new revelations that Camping presented in this book were that hell does not exist. [10] So when a person dies, he goes to sleep and feels no pain in the grave. Then Camping comes up with a twist and states that Jesus has died twice, once before the foundation of the world and once on the cross. As a result, there is no eternal Lake of Fire. [11] Camping makes it clear as he states the following:

“…These phrases indicate that it is absolutely guaranteed that there never again shall be life for the unsaved people. The fact is that they are completely burned up, so that in no sense do they exist any longer. The concept of the cessation of existence of the unsaved is emphasized in many verses of the Bible…

…We have learned that the final end of God’s judgment process is death…” [12]

Then Camping states again that he is not sure if he is saved or not, clearly contradicting what he has previously said, and what the Bible teaches about the subject.

“…It is true that today, God is saving a great multitude, which no man could number, and I, too, might possibly be included in that number…” [13]


By February 2009, all stops had been removed at Family Radio as a new Internet book was published entitled, “I Hope God Will Save Me.” Camping again emphasized that only the elect can be saved and that no one can know if they are elect or not.

“…God is merciful. It is true that mercy is no longer found in the local congregations where their pastors, elders, deacons, and Bible teachers minister to those poor people. And what a terrible truth that is! But outside the local congregations, throughout the world, God continues to demonstrate His unfathomable mercy. God is a God of mercy…

“…We can personally make known to God our intense desire to become saved. We can beg, beseech, and plead with God for salvation. Praying to God is work that we do, so we know that praying to God will not guarantee or contribute to our salvation. But we can know that as we cry to God, He will know of our desire to become saved…

“….We need never lose hope for salvation. If God plans to save us, He will do so in His own time. He may save us early in our life or salvation may come hours before our death. We are never to attempt to dictate to God the time frame of our salvation, if, indeed, it is God’s intention to save us…

“…And so, perhaps, God may save you.” [14]

It is unbelievable that Craig Hulsebos and the rest of the staff at Family Radio put up with this heresy but most of them believe it. The staff behaved pretty much like the followers of Jim Jones when he led nearly a thousand people to commit suicide by drinking Kool-Aid laced with cyanide in 1978. None of the staff has physically died but they have all committed spiritual suicide in drinking Camping’s Kool-Aid.


From 2010 and on the judgment day hype at Family Radio grew more and more intense. Camping directed the sale of certain assets and spent $100 million dollars in advertisement on billboards across the nation and in foreign countries.

Listeners were told to sell their homes and buy motor homes and join caravans of Camping devotees traveling all over the United States with large billboards on the sides stating that Jesus was coming back on May 21, 2011. Open Forum programs were used to hype the prediction and the Family Radio website was also used heavily to promote the May 21st date.

The result was that thousands of people sold their homes; others quit their jobs, some ran up credit card debt believing that they would never have to pay back what they had charged.

Just like a madman, Camping was glowing over the attention he was getting when in reality he was the king of a dunghill. As May 21st drew closer and closer, Camping continued to get cockier on the air, stating many times that he knew for sure without any doubt that Jesus was going to come on May 21, 2011.

When I tried to reach Craig Hulsebos and talk to him about this hoopla, I was told by his secretary that he was walking a fine line and would not take any calls.

One would think that the staff would stop asking for more money if they truly believed May 21st was the day Jesus would come back, but Hulsebos and his staff never missed a beat, even on May 20th, they still asked for money to be mailed to them.  

On March 18th I wrote the following text which was published on the website:

Time is progressing and news is leaking out from the staff of Family Radio that Harold Camping is aware that May 21, 2011 might not be judgment day after all. Consequently, he has already prepared a defense to explain to the radio listeners that he was not wrong, but that God has heard all the prayers and seen the repentance of people, and in His mercy has postponed the judgment.

I was given this information by a person close to Family Radio who told me that the comments Camping had made about Jonah and Nineveh indicated his strategy in case the prediction failed. The following text is what this person thought would be Camping’s explanation:

“You see what has happened? The Bible is correct. Judgment day came, and just as God’s mercy was granted to Nineveh, He has shed His abundant mercy upon us. We can only speculate about what has moved Holy God to forestall judgment. Perhaps it is the reverence of the Japanese in the face of the stress they have faced during the earthquake and tsunami. Or perhaps, in the secret hearts of many who have been listening to Family Radio, we can expect that countless thousands have turned to God and prayed, ‘Oh God have mercy on me.’ We really do not need to know why, but it is obvious that Holy God has shown His mercy. He has validated what He told us in the Bible, validated it fully. We should thank Him, thank Him so deeply. Now it is all the more important, with these extra days He has given us to proclaim His Gospel in all the corners of the earth. So we need to sacrifice financially in every way to spread Family Radio still further and to strengthen this ministry.”

Camping was already preparing the people by speaking about Jonah and Nineveh. It is obvious there is something mentally wrong with him because he has wrongly predicted the end of the world multiple times since 1988. At the same time Camping has declared that the “church age” is over and all Christians should abandon the churches and that all pastors should resign. If people do that, what is the next logical step? Obviously they should turn to Harold Camping since he is the only one that has the truth in these last days. That would, of course, mean more money for Camping since people are going to give to Family Radio instead of their churches.

Harold Camping has been challenged before and survived. In the 1970’s, Tom Summerville tried to rally the Family Radio staff and asked Camping to step down as the CEO of Family Radio. He refused and then started to fire the people who had challenged him. Camping’s philosophy of hiring is that all employees are expendable and anyone can be replaced. The entire staff can be replaced because he believes that all things are pre-ordained by God, and if a person becomes a problem to Family Radio, God has already selected a replacement for the person. So Camping does not hold back when it comes to firing an employee at Family Radio; people are useful as long as they support him and do what he tells them to do.

It has also been pointed out to me that the Family Radio staff are not all in unity. A member of them actually believes what Camping is teaching, therefore the people that want to evict him know that they cannot do that since loyal “Campingites” would rally to his side, and Camping would again fire those who are challenging him.

MAY 21, 2011

The fateful day came and went and Jesus did not return. As I had predicted, the staff of Family Radio had planned for life after May 21st by promoting bumper stickers of judgment day on the day in question. Weekend programming at Family Radio was pre-recorded during the week and the only people working at the headquarters in Oakland were the ones running the station. Family Radio was broadcasting as usual on May 22nd and it will be interesting to know what Harold told the staff to say Monday morning.

The news media swarmed the headquarters of Family Radio and the staff barricaded themselves and refused to talk. A reporter went to Camping’s home and managed a short interview in which Camping stated he was “baffled.” After about a week, he regrouped and lined up his troops. The word from Camping was that Jesus had indeed come back, but done so in secrecy. What he did during this secret visit was never explained by Camping; instead, he declared that the days of salvation were over and the next five months would bring severe judgment on the unbelievers in the world before everything would end on October 21, 2011.

Camping stated that he had directed the staff to play beautiful music to cheer up the people who might be the elect as they had to wait until October 21st to find out if they were saved or not. If they were not saved it would be no big deal, since they would just cease to exist and there would be no suffering. Camping resumed his droning on the Open Forum and had great plans to spew out his perverted Gospel, but God had enough and on June 9, 2011, Camping suffered a stroke and was taken to the hospital. Short of death, God had effectively taken him out of circulation.

The Board of Directors only consisted of two other people, one of Camping’s daughters, Susan Espinoza, and a loyal devotee, so the staff was directed to replay all the Open Forum programs after May 21st. The stroke was so severe that even after much therapy Camping could not speak and think the way he used to and it became obvious to all involved that his days on the radio were over.

On October 16th it was reported that Camping had retired from Family Radio but in a few days his daughter stated that he had only partly retired and would be working from home.

In the meantime, the staff revamped the programming and utilized the vast collection of music that had been collected over the years. Craig Hulsebos and his staff were holding their breath as to what kind of fallout there would be after October 21st. Even so, Hulsebos continued to pitch for money every day and they also advertised upcoming conferences around the country which would take place after October 21, 2011.

October 21st came and went and the Christians were not raptured, the world did not come to an end, and it was obvious to Hulsebos and the staff that they were in trouble financially, since thousands of listeners finally had seen the light and refused to send in any more money. But the Camping mafia at Family Radio refused to give up power and leave the ministry. Camping came out with some lame excuses and asked people to forgive him for having been wrong and vowed to work hard to find out where his mathematics had been off. However, music was the main focus and the different announcers began to say that people still could be saved, contrary to what Camping had been teaching. For the rest of the year no old programs by Camping were played on the air but things began to change again in 2012 as old Bible teaching programs from years back by Camping were resurrected and the announcer talked about their beloved Bible teacher.

Pitching for money on a daily basis, the listeners were told that the beloved founder and president of Family Radio worked without a salary in order to make sure that the money given would be used to spread the Gospel. Any new listener would hear the beautiful music and not know about Camping’s heresy and damage and instead would imagine what a wonderful person he is.


It is obvious that Camping is planning a comeback the way the March letter was worded. While he is rich enough to live off his life savings and social security, the staff is paid small salaries, except those who are deeply devoted to Camping. Craig Hulsebos and Harold Camping are not telling the audience that they blew 100 million dollars in 2010-2011 to promote Camping’s heresy and false predictions. Look at the spin Camping gives in this March 2012 letter:

“…So, we must be satisfied to humbly wait upon God, and trust that He will guide His people to safety. At Family Radio, we continue to look to God for guidance. If it is His good pleasure for us to continue on with our original mission, the proclamation of the Gospel, God’s Word, then we must continue to look to Him.

We consider you to be a real part of this ministry, and the tremendous opportunities which God, by his unfathomable mercy and grace, continues to give to us. And, your steadfast involvement and support are so appreciated!”

This is a lot of pious talking from a man that has showed his pride and contempt for other Christians in the last 30 years. I remember when Camping was asked by a reporter a few days after May 21st, if he felt bad about the people who had sold their houses and had been more than a year on the road and spent all their resources? His answer was very cold when he said that it wasn’t his problem because he did not tell them to do what they did. This is an outright lie because for more than a year Camping and his cronies had told people Jesus was coming back and this was the time to do a total push and use all resources available. Thousands of listeners to Family Radio were deceived and lost their homes, savings, pensions and maxed out their credit cards.


Here are the things that Harold Camping must answer for at the final judgment:

  • Lying to people and telling them that there is no hell; unbelievers are sleeping in their graves.

  • Lying to people that there is no Lake of Fire.

  • Lying to people that all unbelievers will cease to exist when the end comes of this world.

  • Lying to people that God has abandoned all of his churches and turned them over to Satan.

  • Lying to people that all pastors are now controlled by Satan.

  • Lying to people that the time of salvation had come to an end.

  • Lying to people that no one can know if they are saved or not.

  • Setting dates when Jesus was going to come back to earth.


March 29, 2012 was a share day at Family Radio in when they devote large chunks of time to fundraising and I could not believe it when I heard Camping speaking on the radio again. A well crafted recording had been done with him and two Family Radio staffers, one female and one male. It was obvious that they were working from a script, and even if Camping was somewhat slurring, they managed to guide him through a fifteen minute segment.

Camping was again unrepentant of all the lies he had spoken, and gloated in the fact that even if he was wrong predicting dates of the return of Jesus, the whole world had still heard the Gospel. This in itself is a delusion since the message Camping pumped out was that the end of the world had come and no person could be saved after May 21, 2011.

His handlers told the listeners how great the Family Radio ministry is and that people should support it with money. No words were spoken about $100 million spent on Camping’s predictions in 2010 and 2011. He went on to say that he had been wrong in setting dates and now held the view that no one could know when Jesus is going to come back; it could be ten years or a hundred years.

He was asked some Bible questions and went into his normal tirades how much of the Bible is written in allegories and cannot be taken literally.

My understanding is that Camping and his daughter, Susan Espinoza, are pushing hard to get him back on the air but there is resistance from the staff. This recording was a compromise that gave Craig Hulsebos a chance to see if the listeners will tolerate Camping coming back. The only thing that will determine a full comeback is if the listeners will keep on sending in the money. If the money is not there, the staff will have to pull Camping off the air completely.  


Harold Camping owes an apology to every Christian pastor, elder, deacon, Sunday school teacher and all the believers in Christ who are faithfully working in the Christian churches.

Craig Hulsebos and the staff owe the same apology for allowing Camping to stay on the air and spew out his lies and heresy.

Will Hulsebos and the staff repent? Probably not since they have become so wrapped up in Camping’s lies during the last 30 years that they have been blinded to the truth. Family Radio is their livelihood and they admire their own ministry so much that it has become a god to them. They will craft clever spins and hope that the critical people will stop listening to Family Radio so they can attract new listeners who won’t know what has taken place.

Can they be successful? Possibly. The Mormon Church was able to distance itself from the bad deeds of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young and the Jehovah’s Witnesses have been able to do the same spin on their organization. Therefore it is entirely possible that Hulsebos will be able to salvage what is left of Family Radio.

I am asking all true believers in Christ to do the following two things:

  1. Do not send in any financial support to Family Radio until Camping has been removed and the staff has apologized for its sinful support of Camping over the years.

  2. Pray hard that God will remove Harold Camping from this world as soon as possible and that God will destroy the hold that Susan Espinoza has over Family Radio.

“It is reported commonly that there is fornication among you, and such fornication as is not so much as named among the Gentiles, that one should have his father's wife. And ye are puffed up, and have not rather mourned, that he that hath done this deed might be taken away from among you.

For I verily, as absent in body, but present in spirit, have judged already, as though I were present, concerning him that hath so done this deed, In the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, when ye are gathered together, and my spirit, with the power of our Lord Jesus Christ, To deliver such an one unto Satan for the destruction of the flesh, that the spirit may be saved in the day of the Lord Jesus.” (1 Corinthians 5:1-5)

“And this is love, that we walk after his commandments. This is the commandment, That, as ye have heard from the beginning, ye should walk in it. For many deceivers are entered into the world, who confess not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh. This is a deceiver and an antichrist.

Look to yourselves, that we lose not those things which we have wrought, but that we receive a full reward. Whosoever transgresseth, and abideth not in the doctrine of Christ, hath not God. He that abideth in the doctrine of Christ, he hath both the Father and the Son.

If there come any unto you, and bring not this doctrine, receive him not into your house, neither bid him God speed: For he that biddeth him God speed is partaker of his evil deeds.” (2 John 6-11)

I can commend Harold Camping for one thing: He spoke the truth when he put himself in the same class as sinful Balaam. They are one and the same.


[1] 1994?, Harold Camping, p.532

[2] Ibid, p.532

[3] Ibid, p.533

[4] Ibid, p.534

[5] Ibid, p.505

[6] THE END OF THE CHURCH AGE…AND AFTER, Harold Camping, 2002, p.321

[7] Ibid, pp.352-353

[8] WE ARE ALMOST THERE, Harold Camping, 2008, p.21

[9] TO GOD BE THE GLORY, Harold Camping, 2008, preface

[10] Ibid, p.24

[11] Ibid, p.25

[12] Ibid, p.26

[13] Ibid, p.72

[14] I HOPE GOD WILL SAVE ME, Harold Camping, 2009, p.63



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