I was not sure where else to post this. News sounded like a good place.
The RRS home page has this statement following a large post on Harold Camping:
"I certainly would like a Christian to explain this to me, without just some hand-waving and trying to dismiss Camping as a fringe crackpot: How is it that your apparently lovely, morally pure religion is such a vector for this sort of disease? How is it that people like Mr. Camping, and organizations like Family Radio, can become multi-million dollar entities by having a Bible ride shotgun with their disgusting messages? Do you not see this as a fundamental problem with vague superstitions? "
So you would like Christians to, instead of denounce Camping as the crick-pot he is, to accept blame for his delusions. You would like me hold him up as a good Christian leader so that you can blame the Bible and God for the actions of a delusional man who ignored what the Bible has to say. Camping ignored what the Bible taught in order to gain himself money and glory. He no more had the Bible “riding shotgun” than I would have the “Origin of Species” riding shotgun if I started a company to use words and phrases from it to show that Darwin truly believed in God. Yes I do see that vague superstitions have fundamental problems, that's why I don't agree with science's rendition of how we all got here. I would love to setup a one-one debate with you to discuss all of this further. I think we could have a fun, cordial, intelligent debate about many things discussed on this site. I look forward to it.