The Bible predicts that in the last days a charismatic leader will establish a global following in the name of peace. The Qur’an also predicts that a man will rise up to lead the nations, pledging to usher in an era of peace. The man in the Qur’an is called the Mahdi, or Islam’s savior. However, the man in the Bible is the Antichrist. Joel Richardson’s stunning research and analysis suggest that the Mahdi and the Antichrist are actually one and the same.
In The Islamic Antichrist, Richardson exposes Western readers to the traditions of Islam and predicts that the end-times may not be far away. His book will stun readers unaware of the similarities between the Antichrist and the “Islamic Jesus.” His research on the relationship between Christian end-time prophecy and Islamic expectations of world domination will shock readers and shape the debate over radical Islam for years to come. This is the book to read on the world’s fastest-growing religion and the future of the world.
©2009 Joel Richardson (P)2011 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
“A fascinating and provocative work. Bravo!” (Robert Spencer, director of Jihad Watch)
Very interesting point of view that I had never come across in my readings on the middle east and Islam. I am a Christian as is the author but found his slamming of Islam a little over the top at times. I have a huge respect for Islam and Muslims alike and although I can see the connections the author makes between the antichrist and the Islam messiah I found it annoying how he kept insisting he wasn't trying to bash Muslims yet kept apologizing for doing that very thing.
Overall a very interesting and compelling listen but there is a clear message he is sending to Christians and Jews...watch out for the terrible Muslims.
The Bible * The Mahdi * The Koran * Islamic World Domination * Jesus Christ.* The End Times.
To say this book is a frightening read/ listen, is a mild statement.
I wonder how many Christians really know just what Muslims believe and teach.
The author has researched this with all due diligence.
What an eye opener.
Very informative and well researched. A difficult subject made easy to understand and relate to today's world.
The most enjoyable part of this book is the careful history that is so well explained.
Road to Martyrs' Square is a book that is somewhat comparable, but frankly I have not found a book like this that focuses on the epidemiology of Islam and Christianity and the prophetic message that predicts this reality.
Richard Powers was a fine performer. He had very good pronunciation of the Arabic words as far as I could tell.
...And how it explains the ISIS and the New Caliphate that is Spreading Across the Middle East
This book introduces a terrifying truth that is so politically incorrect, but so true.
I was intrigued by the title. However, I was soon disappointed when the author began sermonizing. Eventually he became more informative. However, in the last portion of the book, he sermonized some more. If you want to hear a couple of so-so sermons then buy this book. However, if you are expecting solid information, then try something else.If I knew what the book was really about I would not have spent the money or waisted so much of my time.
It was more of a sermon than an ending.
It would not have made a differance.
Not so much.
If you like sermons, then go ahead and but this book. If you are expecting solid information, then keep shopping.
Because I'd like to make notes this time
The historical research the the author did.
Hard to pinpoint one moment.
Everyone should read this book. Particularily Christians
subject matter :the end times.
detail of subject good supported intelligence, knowledgeable
thinking out loud
just a litter more
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