Christian Apologetics Study



The antichrist Bible codes show that he will be tall Nordic looking Assyrian King of Babylon. The Bible codes appear to say that the antichrist will be a Nephilim hybrid, and he comes to power somewhere in the Middle East. The Nephilim were an early group of the human race, mentioned only twice in the Old Testament Hebrew Scriptures (Genesis 6:4; Numbers 13:33). The Septuagint translated the name “Nephilim” as “giants,” and other versions followed this rendering, including the KJV. Modern translations, however, usually designated them as Nephilim, thus identifying them with the Anakim (Deuteronomy 2:21) and the Rephaim (Deuteronomy 2:20) who were reputed to be large physically.

The Nephilim are of unknown origin. Some writers have taken the Hebrew verb naphal, “to fall,” to imply that the Nephilim were “fallen ones”-that is, fallen angels who subsequently mated with human women. This view comes from an interpretation of Genesis 6:1-4 that heavily reflects Greek mythology. The Genesis passage, however, deals with anthropology, not mythology. The Nephilim were probably not the “sons of God” and seem to be different also from the “daughters of men.” The best classification is with the Anakim and Rephaim as ancient peoples of unknown origin.

The antichrist will probably be a practicing Muslim because Islam is the major religion of that part of the world. The Hebrew words for Arab, Assyrian, Nordic, tall, Anti-Messiah, Muslim, and warfare were all found in the Sacred and Holy Book of Leviticus. How

ever, these are probably accidental codes and if these codes are real, we should never hate Muslims, Arabic, or Nordic looking people. Nothing in these Bible codes give justification for racism or religious bigotry.  We must remember that other code researches have found codes for a tall African looking black man who will be a practicing Christian. These codes probably mean that the Antichrist will be an ethnically mix person of hybrid origins who will likely practice the religion of Chrislam.

According to 1 John, the Antichrist is anyone who denies that Yeshua is the Messiah, that he is the unique Son of God, or that he has come in the flesh. The biblical term, however, usually refers to a particular person in whom that denial reaches its ultimate expression and who will play a key role in the final stage of history. The word “antichrist” occurs only four times, all in John’s epistles (1 John 2:18, 22; 4:3; 2 John 1:7). 1 John 2:18 refers also to “many antichrists.” John the apostle assumed that his Christian readers knew about the Antichrist and had been taught to expect his coming (2:18-27). The presence of many antichrists, in fact, indicated that the end times had arrived. But John warned that a final Antichrist would yet make an appearance. Like the others, he would deny that Yeshua is the Christ. John further described any person or message that did not “confess Yeshua” as being of the spirit of the antichrist (1 John 4:3). In his brief Second Epistle, John referred to “many deceivers” who would not acknowledge the coming of Yeshua Christ in the flesh (2 John 1:7). Such a person, he wrote, was “the deceiver and the antichrist.”



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