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Re: The 7 Gates-The Antichrist Lou Pilder

Posted by SLS on February 3, 2005, at 6:46:49

In reply to The 7 Gates-The Antichrist, posted by Lou Pilder on February 2, 2005, at 20:57:05

> Friends,
> The word antichrist is of two words. Anti and christ. Anti could mean against or without or in antangosism to, or replaced by, or substituted for, or some other meanings. Christ is a Greek word that means anointed, (christos). So the word antichrist could mean against the anointed, or in place of the anointed, or substituted for the anointed, or in antagonism to the anointed.

Yes, Lou, but isn't it the description of the AC in the Scripture that determines its definition and not the logic of an etymologist? I am more interested in knowing what is the AC according to the prophecies contained in the New Testament that describe him and the events that are to surround his coming.

- Scott




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