posted on Jan, 18 2007 @ 10:02 PM
There is no “Anti-Christ.” The word Anti-Christ refers to a spiritual force or belief that is against Christ (the Messiah) as embodied by Jesus,
the Son of God. Anyone who does not believe that Jesus is the Messiah has the spirit of Anti-Christ. The symbolic “beast” from Revelations and
Daniel is a world government and most likely the man who leads it.
The leader of this world government is the one that most people mistakenly call the antichrist. Speculation to the identity of this person has been a
pastime for many people. Most have been wrong, but we really won’t know who he is until he takes control of the world.
In Revelations, he aligns himself with a religious leader (False Prophet) who ushers in the world religion. This religion will be tolerant of all
beliefs except for the inclusive religions such as Christianity, Judaism, and Islam.
Is Obama or Bush this leader? Not at this moment. They would have to be infused with a spirit that would cause the entire world to wonder, marvel
and eventually worship him. Until he is infused with this spirit, we will not recognize him. Unfortunately, by then it will be too late.