posted on May, 10 2006 @ 07:04 PM
Since there was no Christ to begin with, the chances of their being an Anti-Christ are pretty slim. The whole notion is just another way for con-men
and preachers (same difference) to whip the gullible, ignorant and just plain stupid into a frenzy that will help line their pockets for a little
while longer. Foolish believers never actually take the time to read the Bible, where some, but certainly not all, of this raw codswallop originates.
Instead, they prefer their clergy to spoon-feed them little bits, the more dramatic bits, to keep them entertained and feeling superior to the rest
of the poor sinners in the world and ready to be welcomed into pie-and-ice cream Heaven when the feces hit the fan. Oh, and don't even bother to
point them in the direction of some real Biblical scholarship, done by qualified academics. Their eyes will roll and heads will spin in the best
demonic possession tradition. Prophecy is a lot of nonsense, believed by thick-headed imbeciles who barely have a grasp on the way the world works in
the present, much less the future. It's already been explained many times here that the date, if for no other reason than it's basically arbitrary,
means nothing in relation to these worn-out old myths. I'm sure it's also been said that if you read John 4:3, in one of only four places where
"antichrist" is even found in the Bible, you'll read that the antichrist was already on Earth when it was written. Pickers and choosers. That's
what the morons are who believe all this stuff. They pick the parts that fit their looney ideas and ignore the parts that don't. So don't hold
your breath for the Anti-Christ to be revealed in June. On second thought, do hold your breath, so you'll pass out and maybe hit your head on
something and maybe get some common sense and reason knocked into it. Sheesh, these people either amuse me or irritate me, or amuse me by irritating
me. Either way, they are ridiculous pathetic childish dimwits who shouldn't be allowed near a computer.
"Anti-Christ." Ha! Have you ever heard such utter bunk and bilge?