Monday, August 10, 2009

Obama: Foreshadowing of the Antichrist?

Obama: Foreshadowing of the Antichrist?
Massive wealth redistribution will be economic police of the

The Islamic Antichrist:
The Shocking Truth about the Real Nature of the Beast
By Joel Richardson

Under the guise of "fairness" and "equity," Americans are
getting their share of government-coerced wealth redistribution
under the leadership of Barack Obama and the Democratic Congress,
but it's only a foreshadowing of what the whole world will
witness under the rule of a coming world leader known as "the
Beast," says the author of a controversial new book, "The Islamic

Author Joel Richardson is quick to point out he does not believe
Obama is that future global leader - one many evangelical
Christians hold will be satanically inspired. But his messianic
appeal and some of his policies do foreshadow the dreaded "man of
sin," says Richardson.

"Obama's populist message, his appeal to class envy and his
overt move toward wealth redistribution find some very clear and
dark echoes in the pages of the Bible," he explains.

Richardson says the Book of Daniel reveals the Antichrist will
invade the wealthy nation of Israel specifically to plunder and
gain control of its commodities and wealth.

"But what is so interesting is the Bible tells us his reason for
seizing this wealth is to give it away to his followers," says
the author. "While slightly more violent than Obama's tax plan,
it is no less populist in its methodology of radical wealth

In "The Islamic Antichrist," Richardson, a student of Islam,
exposes Western Christians to the Muslim traditions. He says most
Christians have no idea of the stunning similarities between
biblical Antichrist and the "Islamic Mahdi." "According to
Islamic tradition, under the reign of the Mahdi, the Islamic
religious community will be so blessed, so wealthy, that anyone
who asks from the Mahdi for anything, it will be granted," he

Richardson's book stands in stark contrast to most other popular
prophecy books of the last 40 years.

The student of Islam and the Middle East says that after decades
of reading popular prophecy books and even best-selling fiction
like the "Left Behind" series, millions of evangelical Christians
around the world are expecting the Antichrist to emerge from a
revived Roman Empire, which many have assumed is associated with
the Roman Catholic Church and the European Union.

Not so, argues Richardson. His book makes the case that the
biblical Antichrist is one and the same as the Quran's Muslim

"The Islamic Antichrist," a book almost certain to be greeted in
the Muslim world with the same enthusiasm as Salman Rushdie's
"The Satanic Verses." The author, Joel Richardson, is prepared.
He has written the book under a pseudonym to protect himself and
his family.

"The Bible abounds with proofs that the Antichrist's empire will
consist only of nations that are, today, Islamic," says
Richardson. "Despite the numerous prevailing arguments for the
emergence of a revived European Roman empire as the Antichrist's
power base, the specific nations the Bible identifies as
comprising his empire are today all Muslim."

Richardson believes the key error of many previous prophecy
scholars involves the misinterpretation of a prediction by Daniel
to Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar. Daniels describes the rise and
fall of empires of the future, leading to the endtimes. Western
Christians have viewed one of those empires as Rome, when, claims
Richardson, Rome never actually conquered Babylon and was thus
disqualified as a possibility.

It had to be another empire that rose and fell and rose again
that would lead to rule of this "man of sin," described in the
Bible. That empire, he says, is the Islamic Empire, which did
conquer Babylon and, in fact, rules over it even today.

Many evangelical Christians believe the Bible predicts a
charismatic ruler, the Antichrist, will arise in the last days,
before the return of Jesus. The Quran also predicts that a man,
called the Mahdi, will rise up to lead the nations, pledging to
usher in an era of peace. Richardson makes the case these two men
are, in fact, one in the same.

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While supplies last, all copies of "The Islamic Antichrist" sold
at the WND Superstore will be autographed by Joel Richardson.

"Sound, responsible scholarship. A timely breakthrough in
biblical eschatology, The Islamic Antichrist presents a
captivating paradigm that will profoundly change your perspective
on the end times."
- Jeremy Ray, Sr. Pastor, Old Washington United Methodist
Church, Ohio

"Joel Richardson provides a weighty analysis of Islam and its
messianic figure. The Islamic Antichrist is central to
recognizing the fulfillment of biblical endtimes prophecy in our
day and understanding the role Islam plays in it."
- Pastor Reza D. Safa, former radical Muslim, author of Inside

Joel Richardson is a human rights activist, lecturer, and
artist. Involved in evangelism and ministry to Muslims since
1994, he is the co-author, along with Walid Shoebat, of God's War
on Terror: Islam, Prophesy, and the Bible and co-editor of Why We
Left Islam: Former Muslims Speak Out.

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