Robert Sungenis (born 1955), is the founder of the Bellarmine Theological Forum and Catholic Apologetics International. He has written very important works of Roman Catholic apologetics such as Not by Faith Alone: A Biblical Study of the Catholic Doctrine of Justification, Not by Scripture Alone: A Catholic Critique of the Protestant Doctrine of Sola Scriptura, and Not by Bread Alone. He has also been criticized for making anti-Jewish remarks, as well as for advocating Geocentrism (i.e., that the Sun revolves around the Earth, and not vice versa; see his book Galileo Was Wrong: The Church Was Right).
Sungenis also worked for Family Stations for about two years. This book was published in August 1994, shortly before Family Stations' President Harold Camping's prediction of the Rapture was due to occur. Camping has since changed his date to May 21, 2011, of course.
Here are some quotations from the book:
"Incidentally, Camping shared with me personally that he and about 100 followers from his church in California were 'forced' to leave his church in 1988 when the pastor and church leaders asked Camping to step down as the adult Sunday school class teacher. I asked Camping if he felt this was a fulfillment of prophecy. He smiled and said that he wouldn't say that, but that it was interesting that this happened just two weeks after May 21, 1988." (Pg. 15)
"After a very analytical and precise recounting of the reigns of the kings of Judah, Camping realizes that there is one biblical reference that even he can't reconcile... Rather than see a scribal error... Camping resorts to saying that God must have had a 'spiritual' reason for recording the number 42 in 2 Chronicles 22:2... For one who prides himself on preserving the historical acuracy of the Scripture when he engages in spiritualization, Camping does not do so here." (Pg. 41)
"To Camping, the 'super fullness' of God's gospel proclamation will have been embodied in Family Radio for 13,000 days, a number that even God himself used for the duration of His full gospel proclamation to mankind at large for 13,000 years. From such bizarre claims, one cannot help but form the opinion that Camping thinks that God has exclusively chosen him to possess the gospel of salvation and that the fate of the world rests on his shoulders." (Pg. 53)
"The most glaring anomaly concerning Camping's Tribulation period that supposedly started May 21, 1988, is that he offers virtually no solid evidence showing a difference between events prior to May 21, 1988, and events immediately after that date." (Pg. 75)