Harold Camping (1921–2013), co-founder and president of the Family Radio Network, announced a “prophetic novelty”: he believed that the church age had come to an end. Camping claimed that God was no longer blessing local churches, and that all Christians should leave their congregations.
What exactly was Camping saying? How should Christians respond? Here J. Ligon Duncan and Mark R. Talbot refute the claims of this radio preacher and clearly discuss what the Bible says about the church.
“Christ has not, nor will he ever, abandon his bride (the church),” Duncan and Talbot write.
- 64 pages
- © 2004
- ISBN 9780875527888