Jack Van Impe Weighs In On May 21, 2011, End of World Prediction
On January 18, 2011 At 4:00 am
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In his predictions for 2011, Jack Van Impe says that Harold Camping's May 21, 2011, prediction is wrong. His wife Rexella agreed, adding that no man can know when Jesus is coming back. They both think that Jesus is coming soon, however, because of the fulfillment of all sorts of "signs" that they interpret the Bible to have predicted.
The Van Impes tend to be dramatic with their end of the world prophesies, focusing on "the New World Order." Jack Van Impe, dubbed "the Walking Bible" because he has memorized so many verses, is known for his eschatological commentary on the news of the week through his interpretation of the Bible.
In the first of the following three videos, the Van Impes talked about a possible terror attack in 2011. In the second video, they discussed $5 per gallon gasoline and an impending economic collapse. In the third segment, they discussed microchips being implanted into people, which they say is the Mark of the Beast.
Starting at 2:30 in the third video, the two addressed Harold Camping of Family Radio's May 21, 2011, end of the world prophesy. Jack Van Impe said that Camping is misleading people because he tells them not to go to church. Van Impe also said that the world will never end.
Van Impe says that he will address Camping's theology more extensively two weeks from now.