By Tom Bartlett May 24, 2012.
Print: Religion Dispatches
A reporter tracks down the remnants of Harold Camping’s apocalyptic movement and finds out you don’t have to be crazy to believe something nuts.
By Janet I. Tu May 19, 2011.
Print: Seattle Times
Atheist groups across the country are hosting “Rapture parties” in response to a prediction by a Christian radio broadcaster that the Rapture will occur May 21.
Richard Dawkins May 11, 2011.
Print: The Washington Post
In its coverage of Harold Camping—the evangelist who believes that the end of the world will occur on May 21, 2011—The Washington Post asked, “What does your tradition teach about the end of the world?” Richard Dawkins provides his response.
by John Kelly May 11, 2011.
Print: Washington Post Local
An entrepreneur has launched a service that will collect and adopt your pet within 24 hours of your going to heaven when the Rapture comes.