Family Radio has announced that it will stop airing past shows of its controversial former president and co-founder Harold Camping in October, after decades of his voice being a prominent presence in its broadcasts. Camping served as president of Family Radio from 1958 until his death in 2013. He garnered controversy for his doomsday predictions and claiming that all churches had gone apostate. Tom Evans, president and general manager of Family Radio,

told The Christian Post in an interview on Wednesday that after Oct. 7, the radio station will no longer air Camping’s programs. “We decided as a team, as a board of directors, and as the leadership team to remove all of Mr. Camping’s teachings,” said Evans. “Family Radio has come out of self-imposed isolation and we’ve repented from many of our former positions, date-setting the end of the world and all that, as well as the condemnation of the church.” READ MORE