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NoBody Ever Knows The Anti-Christ

The Bible says that no one will know who the Anti-Christ is. So why ponder over possible Anti-Christs?

Moderator - Show the scriptures that state that.

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The Bible does say who the anti-christ will be,he will be the one that brings peace after the rapture of the church.A false peace for 3 and one half years.It does not name him but you will soon know him if you are still on this earth at that time.
---carol on 1/4/08

The bible NEVER said that! The "Anti-Christ" is Satan. Period! After all, isn't he now the prince of this world? And where do you get the idea that the Anti-Christ would be a human man?
---Dr._Rich on 1/4/08

Where does the Bible say this?And, I don't ponder over it-I know who the Anti-Christ is.
---donald on 1/2/08

As said before, I believe strongly the Anti-Christ is alive today. He will not be what most envision, not a Hollywood movie- his rhetorical style will dwarf ALL FORMER DICTATERS that have ever existed. He will unite religions from new agers to protestants. He already-in my opinion, has a living side-kick, may I say his name? Benjamin Creme in England.
---MikeM on 1/2/08

The Anti-Christ will be made known,maybe not to me,I will not be here when he comes to power.Whether or not John"penned"the book is irrelavent to me as it is if Paul penned 13 books.It is the"Word of God."Sometimes people get to caught up in who"penned" the book and forget who the"Author"is.In the beginning was the "Word",the"Word"was with God,the"Word" was God and the "Word" became flesh.Let God be true and EVERY man a Liar.
---Tommy on 1/2/08

The Apostle John did not write Revelations. The writing style does not match. The Apostle John could write in correct Greek grammar. The false author of Revelations does not use good Greek grammar. The Greek vocabulary of the Book of John and Revelations have a low coefficient of correlation. The author new about John but was not the Apostle John. Revelations is classic piece of Apocalyptic Pseudopegrphica where the author writes in the name of another.

Moderator - It's called the Book of Revelation not the Book of John which would be writing the the name of another. Good try though.
---notlaw99 on 1/1/08

When different denominations are trying to topple each other is an attempt to topple Christ by causing divisions.

This I believe is an act of anti-Christ.
---jas on 5/26/06

A Catholic & Okebaram ... I am here!
I did write to A Catholic telling him, now Bruce has done the full job by giving us the blog reference where all the information was preiously provided.
---alan8869_of_UK on 5/26/06

I don't see that the Bible says that no one will know who the Anti-Christ is. We are told, "Watch therefore, for ye know neither the day nor the hour wherein the Son of Man cometh"Mt 25:15. But clues about the coming of anti-christ abound. See Mark 13 and Matt 24 We're told in Matt 24:15 "When ye therefore shall see the abomination of desolation (Anti-Christ) spoken of by Daniel the prophet, stand in the holy place...flee.." He will deceive many, so we must recognize him.
---Donna2277 on 5/25/06

Paul admitted using an emanunsis, why sould not John, an old man living alond allow the same?

(If in deed you are correct?) BTW the only accurate way to do an analysis to prove your hypothesis is via chi square, and that is not an easy task to set up.
---John_T on 5/25/06

Okebaram & A_Catholic
The answers you seek are found in this blog. (etc)
---Bruce5656 on 5/25/06

Somehow, my full satement didn't get posted.
What I said was:
Where are you?
Do you mind honoring A_Catholic's request?
(I'm curious myself)
---Okebaram on 5/25/06

Where are you?
---Okebaram on 5/24/06

Moderator, Your statement is judgemental. You didn't say, "maybe he doesn't know the Lord, or isn't a christian," you said, "Notlaw is trying to discredit the Book of Revelation as being scripture. IE: Notlaw isn't a Christian." That statement is YOU making a judgement. You have no way of knowing his heart... just his opinion on the book of Revelation.
---daphn8897 on 5/24/06

Alan, if you won't tell me how you create bold words in your posts I won't talk to you anymore - That's the good news.

The bad news is that I'm just kidding :))
---A_Catholic on 5/24/06

Where does the Bible say that? If we aren't supposed to know then why are hints given to us and why are we told we're blessed to have read the Revelation or have it read to us. I think it's fascinating watching prophecy come to life.
---Nellah on 5/23/06

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Moderator ... First If you read my blog, you will see that I realised and made reference to the fact that Notlaw was unsure of the authenticy of the Book of Revelation. The fact that he has this doubt does not mean he is not a Christian. Second .. I have made no untrue accusation. You know very well that many here have commented that if others do not agree on certain doctrine, they do not believe the Bible and cannot be Christian.

Moderator - Not believing the Bible is a strong indication if one is a Christian or not.
---alan8869_of_UK on 5/23/06

# 6 I would not really see that discussing who actually wrote Revelation, and whether it is literal or allegorical makes Notlaw "not a Christian" If Notlaw has accepted the truth about Jesus' dying for us, and has accepted Jesus, does that not make him a Christian, even if he has an imperfect understanding about Revelation, or even its authenticity?

Moderator - Notlaw stated the Book of Revelation shouldn't be part of the Bible. Please read closer as you come up with arguements and accuse people of things that are not stated which makes your comments confusing.
---alan8869_of_UK on 5/23/06

# 5 Now, Revelation is interpreted by some as a literal prophecy, by others as more allegorical. There is much discussion here about the exact nature of the torments of hell. Others see Revelation as a warning of death or punishment for the unsaved, and a promise of Heavenly delights and wonder for those who are saved.
Who is to say who is right?
---alan8869_of_UK on 5/23/06

# 4 The danger arises when the proponent of one of these doctrines accuses those who hold a different view of "not believing the Bible and therefore cannot be Christian"
Sadly this happens frequently here on these blogs. There are those who appear to believe that they, or perhaps their denomination, have a uniquely correct interpretation of the Truths contained in the Bible.
---alan8869_of_UK on 5/23/06

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# 3 Another is the very common discussion abou the role and status of Mary, some finding scripture to support their view that she was remained virgin, did not die a physical death, but was assumed bodily into heaven, others find scripture to show that Mary had further children.
---alan8869_of_UK on 5/23/06

# 2 Another example is the difference of opinion about predestination and free-will. Another, the correct day to rest & worship. Another, the attitude to women in a leadership role. Another, the order of tribulation and rapture, and even whether these are literal or symbolic prophecies.
---alan8869_of_UK on 5/23/06

# 1 I think there are many Christians who have difficulties with different parts of the Bible, or do not understand them in the way that others do.
For example, some regard Genesis to be a literally accurate record of a 6-day creation: others regard it as a broad and unequivocal affirmation of the Truth that God made the world and us.
---alan8869_of_UK on 5/23/06

Moderator, You must not know very many christians then. I know many people who love the Lord dearly but don't believe in this section or that section of the bible. All I noticed notlaw say is he doesn't take Revelations as truly the word. Is he wrong, yes. But we certainly cannot judge his heart.

Moderator - The Bible does, not me.
---daphn8897 on 5/23/06

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The book of Revelations, which was indeed written by John in Patmos is 100% correct. Now those of you who blaspheme books of the bible, why call yourselves Christians? If you won't believe the complete bible as God's inerrant word, you are unbelievers upon whom the impending danger warned of in Revelations will come if you refuse to believe until it's late.
---Okebaram on 5/23/06

notlaw: when the tribulation gets here, you will certainly know the book of revelation is true.
---shira on 5/23/06

notlaw99p, Regardless of who actually penned Revelation, the folks that pulled together and canonized scripture obviously saw fit to include it, which means it had to meet very specific criteria - ie, content and bent. So,it is not "just" another untrustworthy apocalyptic text. And, Moderator, why do you state that nowlaw isn't a christian?

Moderator - I have never heard of a Christian that doesn't believe the Bible.
---daphn8897 on 5/23/06

Which Bible are you reading? My Bible doesn't state that.
---Sally on 5/23/06

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Even Martin Luther thought that Revelations was a questionable text. He just did not have the modern tools of textual analysis and statistics to prove it. There were two legitimate writers by the name of John. John the Apostle who wrote the Gospel or Book of John, John the Elder who wrote the three letters of John. Revelations has different authorship. It belongs in the category with The Apocalypse of Moses, The Apocalypse of Baruch and 14 other untrustworthy apocalyptic texts.

Presbyterian Elder PCUSA
---notlaw99p on 5/23/06

notlaw, why do you not believe revelation? Sure another sign of the last days. Why believe only part of God's Holy Word?
---shira on 5/23/06

Notlaw, Are you saying the disciple John had a personal secretary to write the Revelation of Jesus Christ? The events in Revelation were revealed to John through angels, visions, the Spirit, and Jesus Christ. John wrote what he was told to write.

Moderator - Notlaw is trying to discredit the Book of Revelation as being scripture. IE: Notlaw isn't a Christian.
---Ulrika on 5/23/06

the anti christ is revealed in the book of revelation and daniel...he is the one who goes against the teachings of Christ...who deceives others ... who blasphemes God.
---jana on 5/23/06

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