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FRIDAY, MAY 20, 2011, 9:43 A.M.

CdA Warned Of Judgment Day

A California man predicting Saturday will be the end of the world is spreading his controversial message across the country including right here in the Inland Northwest. Harold Camping is a retired civil engineer and runs of one of the largest Christian radio networks in the world, Family Radio. Camping said he came up with May 21st as Judgment Day based off a series of calculations using biblical numbers. Camping also predicted the world was coming to an end in 1994. On Thursday, three of Camping's followers were in Coeur d'Alene holding signs warning and preparing people for the end of the world."I just know it's going to happen Saturday," said Paul Ivanov, as he stood on the corner of Appleway and Highway 95. "I know we have a day and a half left"/Annie Bishop, KXLY. More here.  (KXLY photo)

Question: Do you believe the world will end some day as a result of some sort of catalysmic event?

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