Billed as one of the youngest (and refreshingly stylish) megachurch pastors in the country, Steven Furtick of Elevation Church in Charlotte, N.C. sent out the following Twitter message for disgraced Family Radio minister Hardold Camping: "It's over, Harold. Like, you've got to go away now. For good, man. Off you go." Which is to say, it's on. Furtick went on the further prod Camping, saying, "Harold! Harold! Harold! My man Harold! The score is functional unraptured universe 6 billion you 0. The clock says 0:00." Ouch.

Camping, if you recall, predicted a divine rapture to start on May 21 -- one that would ascend thousands of Christians to heaven -- which never came to fruition. After Saturday's deadline came and went without so much as a meh, the noted Oakland preacher backtracked and revised the rapture to go down on October 21, 2011.

[via Christian Post]