Judgment Day is quickly approaching. In fact, it will be taking place on May 21, 2011. And the end of the world? That is scheduled to happen on October 21, 2011. Well, these are the predictions of Christ’s return according to Christian broadcaster, Harold Camping, and separate Bible-based Life, www.ebiblefellowship.com. Camping has received these two very important dates through what he believes is a Biblical calendar that has been hidden according to the Books of Daniel and Revelation. Camping proclaims that he has been able to accurately predict these dates through the use of the mathematical application combined with the Jewish Feast days, the lunar month calendar, the Gregorian calendar and the date of Christ’s crucifixion – which he calculates as Friday, April 1, 33 A.D. Camping is no stranger to the press; in fact, he has been covered countless times by major media outlets such as TIME Magazine, the Washington Post and even the Wall Street Journal. He continues to appeal to a large audience through his Christian Broadcast network, Family Stations, Inc., despite the inaccuracy of his first prediction of Christ’s return – which he originally believed would take place on September 6, 1994. In addition to Camping’s public prediction of The Rapture, he has now teamed up with the website www.ebiblefellowship.com to help spread the message. In a combined effort, the two ministries have started Project Jonah, an outreach designed as the “final, all-encompassing effort to reach nations with the News of Judgment Day”, according to the website. As Christians, what are we to believe when our Christian brothers and sisters proclaim to know when Judgment Day will be upon us? The Bible tells us that no one will know the day or the hour (though Camping says this is actually not true). And what about the non-believers? What are their thoughts when they see these predictions being made, and how should believers respond to them?