Sunday, June 28, 2009

To the Naysayers out There

I recently came across the following on

"no Oprah is not the antichrist because of these reasons. First it is because Christ was a man so the antichrist has to be a man. The antichrist also needs to perform miracles to make others beleive that he is not the anticrist. The Antichrist must have great power in authority. He will also have great power from the devil but he will claim it to be god's. The Antichrist must also be related to Israel. Obviously, he's already here... Barack Hussien Obama is all of those. He's a male, he's the president of the United States of America, he's an atheist who said he 'appreciates' prayers & yet he says "we need to be above religon", & he was actually born in Kenya, which is south of Jerusalem. In the Bible, it is said that the antichrist will also be the 'King of the South.'"

This is just another good example of how you can't believe something just because some anonymous person writes it. The only source of absolute truth is the King James Bible, not some website claiming to have "answers." Although we certainly agree that Obama is a threat, he's no Antichrist. First of all, the Antichrist is not the same person as the King of the South, so get your facts straight. Also, we all know that the Antichrist will be associated with the number 666. Check this out: If you assign a numerical value to each letter of the name "Oprah Winfrey," with "a" being 1, "b" 2, etc., then add them together, you get 157. Multiply that by 2, the number of grades she skipped in elementary school, and you get 312. Subtract that from 1986, the year her television program first aired, and (are you getting chills yet?) that makes 1674. Finally, subtract 1008, the number of pages in our copy of War and Peace, which is by Leo Tolstoy, who also wrote Anna Karenina, a 2004 Oprah's book club selection. That gives you 666!!! A fact like that can't be explained as mere coincidence, friends. And finally...the Antichrist has to be a man because Christ was a man?

If you take the time to do some serious research, you'll find that the Antichrist will be the opposite of Christ. Since Jesus was a white man, then doesn't the Antichrist have to be a black woman?

Let this be a reminder--only trust reliable sources!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This post said, "The only source of absolute truth is the King James Bible."

What about all of the translations prior to KJV? What about the Geneva Bible? What about the original Greek, Hebrew, or Aramaic? Are these bunk because they weren't commissioned by King James I (or King James VI of Scotland)?

How about translations to other languages so that other nationalities may understand the Bible? Are they led astray by a translation that's not "the only source of absolute truth"? Is their Word of God not really the Word of God?

The Word of God is The Word of God is the Word of God. The power of God and the Gospel of Christ is not bound by translation or semantics. If more people would focus on doing the true work of God, spreading God's INCLUSIVE love, instead of being divisive, God's Kingdom here on Earth would be as vibrant as it's called to be!