Antichrist: Islam’s Awaited Messiah

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On September 17, 2005, the newly elected President of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad addressed the United Nations National Assembly in New York City. American President George W. Bush sat in attendance. Concluding his speech, Ahmadinejad made a plea to Allah to speedily bring forth the emergence of the mysterious Islamic Messiah figure known as Imam Al-Mahdi. This book examines in detail who Imam Al-Mahdi is according to Islamic belief. An essential study to better understand the religious dimension behind the threat that is represented in Ahmadinejad. A fascinating study and comparison of the end-time beliefs of the World’s two largest religions. Through this groundbreaking examination of both Islamic and biblical prophecy, a frightening picture of a very possible future emerges. A must read for anyone who wishes to better understand Islam, Bible prophecy or the spiritual factors and the underlying forces driving the present early stages of what may indeed be the final clash of ideologies and civilizations.

“A fascinating and provocative work. Joel has definitely expanded the frontiers in the ongoing exploration of the relationship between Islam and the rest of the world. A must read for priests and pastors, students and lay readers everywhere. Bravo!”
Robert Spencer, Author of Islam Unveiled and The Politically Inncorrect Guide to Islam, Director of Jihad Watch.com

“In an era and an age where ambiguity reigns, Joel Richardson has written a book that is clear, well researched, and to the point. Few people in the Christian community have the courage to study world religions, much less invest themselves in it as he has done. Do yourself a favor; get this book, read this book, live out the truths that you pull out of it. It is worth your time, and more importantly, souls hang in the balance.”
Dr. Ergun Caner, Dean, Liberty Theological Seminary, Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA

“This book definitely provides a fresh look at Bible Prophecy in light of current affairs with the global rise of Islamic Fundamentalism. Not only does Joel accurately analyze Islamic doctrines and practices, but his interpretation of biblical prophecy is also solid – soundly adhering to the accepted rules of hermeneutics.”
Walid Shoebat, Former Palestinian Terrorist, Author of Why I Left Jihad.

“Joel Richardson presents a fascinating overview of how biblical and Islamic viewpoints on eschatology overlap, making a convincing case that reading this book and studying what the Old and New Testaments have to say about the “end times” is imperative for Christians today. This book is a wake-up call for Christians to learn how the future of the church, the future of Islam and the future of the entire world are divinely and directly interconnected.”
Dr. Tom White, Executive Director, The Voice of the Martyrs

Antichrist: Islam’s Awaited Messiah

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5 thoughts on “Antichrist: Islam’s Awaited Messiah

  1. OK, first things first. The book of Revelation is nonsense, it refers to Xian persecution under the Romans centuries ago. It is not prophecy. Oh and 666 is not the number of the antichrist, it;s 616.

    Secondly there is no such thing as prophecy, the bible doesn’t predict the future. It’s a redacted collection of bronze age Babylonian fairy tales that’s suffered through centuries of censorship and improper translation (such as the whole “virgin birth” nonsense).

    Thirdly Xianity is nonsense; there is no independent evidence of the existence of the Xian messiah (despite the best efforts of Xian apologists). Even if there was such a preacher in Roman Judea, which is possible, there is no evidence of the “son of god” bit. Not to mention the contradictions in the accounts of his putative life.

    Anyway, on to this book. It’s rubbish. Written by a Xian bigot who demonstrably knows damn all about other religions. I assume his “long-term involvement in interfaith dialogues” involved shouting at anyone who doesn’t share is delusions.

    Really in this day, why does anyone care about whose invisible sky daddy is better?
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. Why would people pay for a book scaring them about murky legends, when the American economy is collapsing right before their eyes? Because some scary stories are a welcome distraction, compared to scary reality.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. This book only serves the vested intrest of the bigoted and racist mind who already have streortyed negative images of Islam, muslim and the Holy Prophet. For instance, all these so called reviewers who have highly praised the author, fail to read the Holy Quran and get an idea of its peacefulness from teachings like being kind to parents, strangers, to charity to personal struggle for betterment in this life as for others. God save the world of this idiot and his blind followers.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. rubbish. when freaks will realize that christianity islam and judaism is one and the same thing with minor technical variations and not condemming each other as heathens. this foolishness has been going on for too long. first it was the evil jews and now its the evil muslims. humans will never stop to discredit, destroy, humiliate, villify a competing religion. well this immaturity needs to taken to task and i ask all people here to really GROW UP!
    Rating: 1 / 5

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