Antichrist appears to be buried in Ezek. 39 and Isa. 14, but the Beast is burned in Dan. 7 and Rev. 19. So is the Antichrist buried or burned or both?
This is Part Five of our series on Jesus’s use of Daniel in the Gospels. In the previous article (Part Four) we looked at how Jesus used Dan. 11-12 as the source for the Olivet Discourse. In that article we looked at the first half of that period. In this article we will complete our look at those links between Daniel, the Olivet Discourse, and the Great Tribulation.
The Old Testament speaks of a sea monster. Who is this creature, who is Leviathan?
Joel Richardson will debate Dr. Thomas Ice on Whether the Antichrist will be Islamic or European during the Mid-America Prophecy Conference. This is an opportunity for our entire ministry to join me in prayer that the truth of God’s Word is revealed during this Joel Richardson debate.
A common question is will the Antichrist claim to be God himself. Many believe he will. Is this belief accurate?
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.
One of the strangest verses in the Bible is about the rays from Jesus’s hands in Habakkuk. Does the prophet picture him almost like Iron Man? What is this little book about?
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.
Every prophecy teacher has an opinion of what Daniel’s four beasts represent. Some consider them ancient kingdoms only, some consider them modern. What does the Bible say?