Ricky Grimsley [11/03/2015 2:54 PM]
Maybe out of the situation but its quite possible the antichrist comes from turkey
John Kissinger [11/03/2015 2:56 PM]
Togarmah is the Biblical name of Turkey, and what you propose is not a Biblical possibility with current political borders. But who knows how mid-eastern countries will unite in the ancient borders of the Eastern Roman Empire. Turkey has been seeking acceptance in the EU for a long time now. If approved, perhaps many other mid-eastern countries would want to unite with Turkey to form the Biblical coalition of the revised Eastern Roman Empire
Ricky Grimsley [11/03/2015 3:27 PM]
The antichrist is called the assyrian. So i think it is likely he comes from turkey or syria perhaps iran but given the current political situation turkey is more like since a coalition could form run by turkey. Syria seems unlikely. The antichrist kingdom will be a revised ottoman empire led by turkey in my opinion.
John Kissinger [11/03/2015 3:53 PM]
Assyrian is a broad, broad term 🙂
Ricky Grimsley [11/03/2015 3:58 PM]
John Kissinger [11/03/2015 4:00 PM]
And this is the Roman Empire around NT times. This prophecy is concerned mainly with its eastern leg –
John Kissinger [11/03/2015 4:05 PM]
now waiting for Rick Wadholm Jr to say something about Aramaic taking over as lingua franca throughout the Neo-Assyrian Empire 🙂 http://learnaramaic.blogspot.com/2012/05/reviving-aramaic-language-that-jesus.html#.VjkilNKrQUQ
Rick Wadholm Jr [11/03/2015 5:14 PM]
Why do you waste your life reading such drivel?
John Kissinger [11/03/2015 5:15 PM]
Rick Wadholm Jr [11/03/2015 5:16 PM]
Charisma is cray-cray.
John Kissinger [11/03/2015 5:17 PM]
Peter A Vandever reads everything by J. LECLAIRE 🙂
Ilya Okhotnikov [11/03/2015 7:56 PM]
Derrick Harmon [11/03/2015 9:28 PM]
Wait, I thought the last antichrist I heard of was the Greek prime minister. Did that fall through?
Derrick Harmon [11/03/2015 9:30 PM]
Ricky Grimsley [11/03/2015 9:34 PM]
Here is my pick for antichrist.
Derrick Harmon [11/03/2015 9:38 PM]
Yep. He certainly has the antichrist look about him.
Link Hudson [11/03/2015 9:58 PM]
I wonder if these guys like to have their pictures posted with this ‘Is this the antiChrist’ question underneath. Would you guys like me to post your pictures and ask that question?
Or do you think the atheists have it coming?
Ricky Grimsley [11/03/2015 10:01 PM]
Here is my pick for antichrist.
Derrick Harmon [11/03/2015 10:02 PM]
Link: post away!!!!
Ricky Grimsley [11/03/2015 10:18 PM]
Well erdogan sure fits the bill both biblically and spiritually. Turkey is pulling a lot of strings right now mostly unnoticed by the masses. So many are still looked at the eu to be the antichrist kingdom and its just way off. Its gonna be the ild ottoman empire with turkey leading.
John Kissinger [11/04/2015 5:27 AM]
#Erdogan probably does NOT fit the nuclear trend very well epecially when four Arab states have ceased to function: Libya, Syria, Iraq, and Yemen. All are at risk of being taken over by ISIS, which aims to become a global caliphate governed under shariah law
John Kissinger [11/04/2015 8:25 AM]
Link Hudson [11/04/2015 1:18 PM]
An approach to Bible prophecy I’ve heard a lot of recently is the idea that you have to interpret prophecies from the geographical perspective of where they were written. So, one approach to Nebuchadnezzer’s dream with the head of gold is that it deals with who will rule Babylon, which means Babylonians, Persians, Greeks, Muhammad empire, and revived Mu ham madan empire, with ‘mixed’ in iron mixed with clay being the Hebrew word for ‘Arab.’ Revelation talks about decapitating Christians. Who decapitates people? Mus|ims. The ‘antichrist’ is seen to be the a supposed Mus|im madhi.