Except for Jesus Christ, the Antichrist will one day be the most powerful and influential person the world has ever known. His eventual demise into the lake of fire will be preceded by unfathomable evil and worldwide calamities. This false messiah's masterful deception--intended to destroy God's eternal plan--will actually bring the plan of God to its much-anticipated climax.
In a comprehensive study of Satan's false messiah, the author arranges biblical teaching on the Antichrist around his origin and identity, the time of his appearance, his work and doom, as well as tracing all references to him in the Psalms, the Prophets, the Gospels, the Epistles, and Revelation. This vivid biography of the Lawless One, the full embodiment of human wickedness, is a valuable resource for all students of the Scriptures.
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Solid presentation and lots of reference material
Date:February 26, 2014
This book, "The Antichrist," presents the Dragon, Antichrist and Beast from every imaginable angle. Their relations to each other, political and military powers, financial powers and, religious powers, during The Great Tribulation, are thoroughly explored. The fact that they are clearly operating within the sovereign power of THE CHRIST (Jesus), even as it was during Job's fiery trial (this far and no further), is prominently displayed.
In chapter 2, "The Person of the Antichrist," A.W. Pink presents a very interesting case for Judas Iscariot's being THE Antichrist of Revelation. Pink notes that Judas and THE Antichrist are the only personages who are ever designated as "THE" Son of Perdition. Both are called "THE" Son of Perdition and neither is called "A" son of perdition. Pink also details how Judas could fulfill Rev. 11:7, where "the Antichrist is seen issuing forth from the Abyss."
This book also provides a scholarly reference work on the OT's and the NT's exposing of Satan and his unholy trinity, in ways I had not seen.
I read this work right after reading Sir Robert Anderson's, "The Coming Prince." I suggest reading both works; in this order, "The Coming Prince," followed by, "The Antichrist."