Harold Camping predicted that Judgment Day and the Rapture would occur on May 21, 2011. "Why Judgment Day Didn’t Come" explains how Mr. Camping's predictions were based on shaky, even bizarre misinterpretations of biblical scripture, timelines, and symbolism. In this book, an award-winning psychologist explains why Camping's claims are wrong, and how the Christian can avoid being misled.
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About the Author
Mark Koltko-Rivera holds a doctoral degree in counseling psychology from New York University. He writes in the areas of psychology, social issues, and religion and spirituality, which areas he has studied for many years.
Dr. Koltko-Rivera is an elected Fellow of the American Psychological Association, three divisions of which have presented him with awards for his scientific and scholarly work. He has published significant scholarship regarding the psychology of worldviews, the psychology of religion, and humanistic psychology, as well as regarding Mormonism, and Freemasonry.
He is also a graduate of Haverford College and Fordham University. Dr. Koltko-Rivera has taught statistics, counseling skills, and other courses at New York University, the University of Central Florida, and Hartford Seminary.
Mark was born in 1956, and was raised on the Lower East Side of Manhattan in New York City. He has lived for significant periods of time in central Florida and Japan. He now resides in Manhattan. He is both a Latter-day Saint (a "Mormon") and a Freemason.