theWord Antichrist Library

 

theWord Antichrist Library

theWord Antichrist Library
By David Cox

antichristantichrist In this library, I have placed books that deal with the anti-christ. This is a subcategory under Eschatalogy. In this library both books on revelation and the end times anti-christ, and also the many anti-christs that live among us, opposing Christ’s person and character are included.

Anti-christ is a Christian term based on interpretation of passages in the New Testament, in which the term “anti-christ” occurs five times in 1 John and 2 John (Greek: ἀντίχριστος, antichristos), once in pluralform and four times in the singular.

In some Christian eschatologies, Jesus the Messiah will appear in his Second Coming to Earth to face the emergence of the Antichrist figure, who will be the greatest false messiah in Christianity. Just asChrist is the savior and the ideal model for humanity, his opponent in the end time will be a single figure of concentrated evil, according to Bernard McGinn.

In Islamic eschatology, Masih ad-Dajjal (the False messiah in Islam) is an anti-Messiah figure (similar to the Christian concept of Antichrist), who will appear to deceive humanity before the second coming of “Isa”, as Jesus is known by Arabic-speaking Muslims. In Jewish eschatology, a similar anti-Messiah figure is called Armilus. Wikipedia.org

 

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This library has works concerning the doctrine of the Bible, or Bibliology. Typical in this library are works on the authority of the Bible, the Canon, how to study and understand the Bible, numerology, works about revelation, interpretation, inspiration, works about the Bible in general, it’s nature, its origen, its composition, etc.

We break this into two downloads to make it easier for some on dialup to get these works.

austin-sparks-the-christ–the-church©(church){holiness}.gbk.twm
bonar-h-development-of-anti-christ{presbyterian}.gbk.twm
bonar-h-development-of-anti-christ{presbyterian}.gbk.twm
bunyan-of–his-ruin-slaying-witnesses(){baptist}{reformed}{puritan}.gbk.twm
carey.gbk.twm
cassels-christ-and-anti-christ.gbk.twm
downame-a-treatise.concerning-anti-christ.gbk.twm
fortner-d-false-christs-and-the-true{reformed}{refbapt}.gbk.twm
hendrie-anti-christ-conspiracy.gbk.twm
marsh-anti-christ-detected.gbk.twm
pink-a-w-anti-christ{baptist}{calvinist}.gbk.twm
wylie-the-pope-is-the-anti-christ.gbk.twm

What is the Antichrist? from gotquestions.org

Answer: First John 2:18 speaks of the Antichrist: “Dear children, this is the last hour; and as you have heard that the antichrist is coming, even now many antichrists have come. This is how we know it is the last hour.” The specific term antichrist is used seven times in Scripture, twice here in 1 John 2:18 and also in 1 John 2:22; 4:3; and twice 2 John 7. So, what is this Antichrist that the apostle John refers to?

The meaning of the term antichrist is simply “against Christ.” As the apostle John records in First and Second John, an antichrist denies the Father and the Son (1 John 2:22), does not acknowledge Jesus (1 John 4:3), and denies that Jesus came in the flesh (2 John 1:7). There have been many “antichrists,” as 1 John 2:18states. But there is also coming the Antichrist.

Most Bible prophecy/eschatology experts believe the Antichrist will be the ultimate embodiment of what it means to be against Christ. In the end times/last hour, a man will arise to oppose Christ and His followers more than anyone else in history. Likely claiming to be the true Messiah, the Antichrist will seek world domination and will attempt to destroy all followers of Jesus Christ and the nation of Israel.

Other biblical references to the Antichrist include the following:

The imposing, boastful king of Daniel 7 who oppresses the Jews and tries to “change the set times and the laws” (verse 25).

The leader who establishes a 7-year covenant with Israel and then breaks it in Daniel 9.

The king who sets up the abomination of desolation in Mark 13:14 (cf. Daniel 9:27).

The man of lawlessness in 2 Thessalonians 2:1–12.

The rider on a white horse (representing his claim to be a man of peace) in Revelation 6:2.

The first beast—the one from the sea—in Revelation 13. This beast receives power from the dragon (Satan) and speaks “proud words and blasphemies” (verse 5) and wages war against the saints (verse 7).

Thankfully, the Antichrist/beast, along with his false prophet, will be thrown into the lake of fire, where they will spend all eternity in torment (Revelation 19:20; 20:10).

What is the Antichrist? In summary, the Antichrist is the end-times false messiah who seeks, and likely achieves, world domination so that he can destroy Israel and all followers of Jesus Christ.

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