Camping based it on years of studying the Bible, and a math equation based on what he believes is the date of Christ’s crucifixion.
“That’s a very interesting perspective”, said Arlene Lynch who says she’s keeping the faith.
“There’s been so much new thought on the Bible, new revelations on it since some of the lost testimony was discovered in the 1940’s that I’m not sure he’s taken that into consideration.”
“I guess it’s a little bit in the back of your mind. you wonder is it gonna happen? could it happen? ” said Stacey Gilbert of Westerville.
“It’s out of my control if it happens. If it happens, it happens. If it doesn’t I’ll just wake up on the 22nd and go on with out lives. I’m not too worried.”
Some say life is short, eat chocolate. At the Chocolate Cafe in Grandview Heights, Elise Lynch agrees. “Whether life is short or long, you should probably be eating chocolate”, she said.
A sweet idea. Guess we’ll all have to wait and see.