The Islamic Antichrist: The Shocking Truth about the Real Nature of the Beast

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a b Johnstone, Nathan (2009). "The synagogue of Satan: anti-Catholicism, false doctrine and the construction of contrariety". The Devil and Demonism in Early Modern England. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp.27–59. doi: 10.1017/CBO9780511495847.002. ISBN 978-0511495847. Emerson, Richard Kenneth (1979). "Antichrist as Anti-Saint: The Significance of Abbot Adso's Libellus de Antichristo". American Benedictine Review. 30 (2): 175–190.

There are two principles that mark the papacy as the Antichrist. One is that the pope takes to himself the right to rule the church that belongs only to Christ. He can make laws forbidding the marriage of priests, eating or not eating meat on Friday, birth control, divorce and remarriage, even where there are not such laws in the Bible. The second is that he teaches that salvation is not by faith alone but by faith and works. The present pope upholds and practices these principles. This marks his rule as antichristian rule in the church. All popes hold the same office over the church and promote the same antichristian belief so they all are part of the reign of the Antichrist. The Bible does not present the Antichrist as one man for one short time, but as an office held by a man through successive generations. It is a title like King of England. [93] A prophecy writer like Richardson is just one of many newspaper exegetes, interpreting the Bible in the light (darkness?) of current events. His preoccupation with Islam is nothing new. In fact, in good rhetorical style, by confronting the question before it’s raised, he writes: “So the challenge might arise, ‘Aren’t you doing the same thing? Aren’t you just taking today’s bogeyman (Islam) and making it into the Antichrist system?’” ((Richardson, The Islamic Antichrist, 177.)) He says he’s not; I say he is. His Islamic end-time scenario is not new. It’s been done before. The following is a Twelver Shīʿīte ḥadīth on the topic of the Dajjal, an excerpt from a longer sermon by ʿAlī ibn Abī Ṭālib: In the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the "Antichrist" is anyone or anything that counterfeits the true gospel or plan of salvation and that openly or secretly is set up in opposition to Christ. The great antichrist is Lucifer, but he has many assistants [120] both as spirit beings and as mortals." [121] Latter-day Saints use the New Testament scriptures, 1 John 2:18, 22; 1 John 4:3–6; 2 John 1:7 and the Book of Mormon, Jacob 7:1–23, Alma 1:2–16, Alma 30:6–60, in their exegesis or interpretation of the Antichrist. Pronechen, Joseph (February 10, 2019). "Fulton Sheen's Clear Warning About the Anti-Christ". National Catholic Register. Irondale, Alabama: EWTN . Retrieved October 7, 2019.Prior to the rise and advance of Islam, the Byzantine Empire had spread throughout North Africa, the Middle East, and deep into the heart of Europe. With the preaching of the gospel and the transformation of individual lives, families, and culture came advances in law, science, art, literature, and music that came to define the word Byzantine. Even so, major changes were on the way: Strong, James (1890). "G5580 – pseudochristos". Strong's Concordance. Blue Letter Bible . Retrieved 27 December 2021. ψευδόχριστος pseudóchristos, psyoo-dokh'-ris-tos; [...] a spurious Messiah:—false Christ. ψευδόχριστος, ψευδοχριστου, ὁ ( ψευδής and χριστός), a false Christ (or Messiah) (one who falsely lays claim to the name and office of the Messiah): Matthew 24:24; Mark 13:22. Aune, David E. (1983). "The Prophecies of Jesus: Unmasking False Prophets". Prophecy in Early Christianity and the Ancient Mediterranean World. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Wm. B. Eerdmans. pp.222–229. ISBN 978-0-8028-0635-2. OCLC 9555379. Hoekma, Anthony A. (1979). The Bible and the Future. Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company. p. 159. ISBN 978-0802808516. Whereas Berkouwer states, "There is no reason to posit with certainty on the basis of the New Testament that the antichrist ... 2. particularly his statements about the "restrainer," compel us to believe that there will be a future, individual antichrist.

Malik Ghulam Farid, et al. Al-Kahf, The Holy Quran with English Translation and Commentary Vol. III, p.1479

The Muslim Antichrist Belief

Historicist interpretations of Book of Revelation usually included the identification of one or more of the following: Smartphones are paving way for the Antichrist, says head of Russian church". The Telegraph. 8 January 2019. A Valentine, Simon (2008). Islam and the Ahmadiyya jamaʻat: history, belief, practice. Columbia University Press. p.21. ISBN 978-0-231-70094-8. "Proclaiming himself as reformer of Islam, and wanting to undermine the validity of Christianity, Ahmad went for the theological jugular, the foundational teachings of the Christian faith. 'The death of Jesus Christ' explained one of Ahmad's biographers ‘was to be the death-knell of the Christian onslaught against Islam'. As Ahmad argued, the idea of Jesus dying in old age, rather than death on a cross, as taught by the gospel writers, 'invalidates the divinity of Jesus and the doctrine of Atonement'."

Bromiley, Geoffrey W. (1979). International Standard Bible Encyclopedia. p.140. ISBN 978-0802837813. The fullest exposition of the ideas associated with the antichrist in the early decades of Christian history is to be found in the Ascension of Isaiah. In this we are told that "Beliar" (Belial) would enter into "the matricide king" (Nero), who would work great wonders and do much evil. Sahih Muslim 169e". sunnah.com . Retrieved 17 June 2021. ; In-book reference: Book 54 (Tribulations and Portents of the Last Hour), Hadith 123; Reference: Sahih Muslim 169e a b Mauser, Ulrich (1992). The Gospel of Peace: A Scriptural Message for Today's World. p.70. From Josephus's writings we collect, first of all, without much critical comment, some statements showing the close affinity of the … nowhere in his extensive accounts of the Jewish–Roman war uses the word "pseudo-Christ" (pseudochristos).

The Antichrist: From Religion To Music And Movies

Sheen, Fulton J. (1951). Communism and the Conscience of the West. Country Life Press. p.17 . Retrieved October 24, 2015. a b Madelung, Wilferd (1986). "al-Mahdī". In Bosworth, C. E.; van Donzel, E. J.; Heinrichs, W. P.; Lewis, B.; Pellat, Ch. (eds.). Encyclopaedia of Islam, Second Edition. Vol.5. Leiden: Brill Publishers. doi: 10.1163/1573-3912_islam_COM_0618. ISBN 978-90-04-16121-4. As Lameh Chrysostine, an eyewitness to the onslaught, stated at the time: “It is almost as if they are driven by the very demons of Hell itself.” ((Quoted in Grant, Blood of the Moon, 110.)) And that’s how many Bible commentators understood what was happening: “And out of the smoke came forth locusts upon the earth; and power was given to them, as the scorpions of the earth have power” (Rev. 9:3). The advance of Islam was unrelenting, like nothing we’ve seen today. Throughout history, various ecclesiastics of the Eastern Orthodox Church have identified the office of the Roman Catholic papacy with the antichrist. [116] Russian Orthodox Metropolitan Anthony Khrapovitsky, in explaining the necessity of rebaptism for Roman Catholics, Protestants and Nestorians, declared: [116] The Antichrist will not be so called; otherwise he would have no followers... he will come disguised as the Great Humanitarian; he will talk peace, prosperity and plenty not as means to lead us to God, but as ends in themselves... He will tempt Christians with the same three temptations with which he tempted Christ... He will have one great secret which he will tell to no one: he will not believe in God. Because his religion will be brotherhood without the fatherhood of God, he will deceive even the elect. He will set up a counterchurch... It will have all the notes and characteristics of the Church, but in reverse and emptied of its divine content. It will be a mystical body of the Antichrist that will in all externals resemble the mystical body of Christ. Catechism of the Catholic Church [ edit ]

Lietaert Peerbolte, Bert Jan (2018). "Antichrist". In Hunter, David G.; van Geest, Paul J. J.; Lietaert Peerbolte, Bert Jan (eds.). Brill Encyclopedia of Early Christianity Online. Leiden and Boston: Brill Publishers. doi: 10.1163/2589-7993_EECO_SIM_00000194. ISSN 2589-7993. S2CID 239226039. The following account describes one of the signs of the arrival of the Dajjal in Sunni eschatology. In his Commentary on Daniel, Jerome noted, "Let us not follow the opinion of some commentators and suppose him to be either the Devil or some demon, but rather, one of the human race, in whom Satan will wholly take up his residence in bodily form." Instead of rebuilding the Jewish Temple to reign from, Jerome thought the Antichrist sat in God's Temple inasmuch as he made "himself out to be like God." He refuted Porphyry's idea that the "little horn" mentioned in Daniel chapter 7 was Antiochus IV Epiphanes by noting that the "little horn" is defeated by an eternal, universal ruler, right before the final judgment. [37] Instead, he advocated that the "little horn" was the Antichrist:By the end of the tenth century, Adso of Montier-en-Der, a Benedictine monk, compiled a biography of Antichrist based on a variety of exegetical and Sibylline sources; his account became one of the best-known descriptions of Antichrist in the Middle Ages. [42] [43] Will the Antichrist be a Muslim? Only God knows. Are there connections between Islamic eschatology and Christian eschatology? There certainly seem to be direct correlations, though they are like reading the descriptions of a great battle, first from the perspective of the loser trying to save face, and then from the perspective of the victor. Of course, prophecies of the Twelfth Imam should not be considered equal to biblical prophecies. Only the Bible is the inspired Word of God; it’s possible to interpret some elements of Islamic eschatology in a way that agrees with Daniel and Revelation, but that does not lend any credence to the rest of Shiite theology. References to the Turkish Empire appear in virtually every Commentary on the Apocalypse of John which was produced by English Puritans, Independents, Presbyterians and Baptists. Gog and Magog were identified with the armies of Turkey and the Muslim world, descriptions of Turkish military power were seen in the contents of the trumpet (Rev. 9:13–21), and the year 1300 was believed to have great significance for it was at that time that the Turk became a threat to European civilization. For the English Puritans, as for many of their fellow Protestants on the Continent of Europe, the fact that the Ottoman Empire had for its religion Islam, the teaching of Mohammed, the ‘false’ prophet of God, was sufficient to label it as an envoy or agent of Satan, seeking to destroy the true Church of Christ. In view of this we cannot be surprised to learn that they believed God had given to John on Patmos a vision of this great enemy of the elect of God, who would one day be destroyed by the power of Christ. ((Peter Toon, “Introduction,” Puritans, the Millennium and the Future of Israel: Puritan Eschatology 1600 to 1660 (London: James Clarke & Co. Ltd., 1970), 19–20.)) quote from McGinn, Bernard, Visions of the End. Apocalyptic Traditions in the Middle Ages, New York: Columbia



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