Even if we face Antichrist, the saved will still be saved. Why is the rapture debate important?
An area of contention among Prophecy teachers is whether there are two kings or three depicted in Dan. 11:40-45. As with most controversies, a failure to look at the passage in context is behind the misunderstanding.
Micah not only identifies Jesus’s birthplace, he identifies the Antichrist’s homeland as well. The Antichrist will be Assyrian.
In the very second Psalm, God gives us a picture of the titanic struggle that will take place between His Messiah and the Anti-Messiah (Antichrist) during the final 3 1/2 year Period Jesus called the Times of the Gentiles. It will be Psalm 2: Christ versus Antichrist.
Revelation and Daniel both speak of a coming “Beast.” Who is the Beast? How will we recognize it and prepare to face it?
Will the Antichrist control the whole earth? Will his control be political or something else? What does the Bible say?
The ancient Thessalonians were sent a letter that turned out to have been a forgery. This letter caused great concern in their church; in response, Paul wrote an epistle (2 Thessalonians) that forms the basis of much of what we know about the Day of the Lord. The ancient forgery has long been thrown on the trash heap of time, but 2 Thessalonians is a must read section of scripture for every Christian.
Turkey’s worst enemy has been given the green light to gain nuclear bombs. Why would this deal make Turkey overjoyed?
The Chinese written language came into existence over 4000 years ago. It is believed to be the oldest continuously written language in existence. Do these ancient Kanji pictographs reflect the history of Genesis chapters 1 -11? If Genesis depicted in Chinese characters what does that mean? How did that happen? What purpose might God have in perserving this ancient writing style?
The Islamic Antichrist: Debunked by Chris White
Author Chris White has released a new book which challenges what is becoming the established view on the religion and ethnicity of the Antichrist. In this book Chris has added some amazing research on the basis for Islamic “holy” writings for which he is to be commended. Unfortunately his main premise is based on a number of misinterpretations of scripture. I highly endorse his section on Islamic eschatology but can’t endorse the book as a whole.