All the verses in the Bible that mention the term ‘antichrist’ or antichrists’ are referring to someone in a religious context (see 2 John 7, 1 John , 1 John , and 1 John 4:3).Furthermore, the final Antichrist will claim to be some type of Christian (in my view, he will claim to accept some changed version of Roman Catholicism).
But he takes a strong stand in specifically identifying Turkey as the region from which the Antichrist will arise. Richardson claimed there are “dozens and dozens of examples which point to Turkey as the head, as the leader of the coming Ezekiel invasion.” “I’m not saying that Erdogan is Gog.
But I’m saying we need to be paying attention to Turkey because it’s out of Turkey, this culture, this society, this geography, this region, that I believe we will see the emergence of the Antichrist. But if he’s not, and anyone could, he is certainly emerging as a clear foreshadow of the Antichrist.
Here is something from him about that I found in a search today: December 2, 2015 Ezekiel 38 has significant preconditions preventing its prophetic fulfillment.
Ezekiel 38:8-13 mandates that Israel must be dwelling securely, without walls, bars, or gates, and in the center of their land, probably alluding to the landmass described in Genesis .
Of course, it is not that all the Messianics, Joel Richardson, and Bill Salus teach is wrong.
Joel Richardson, for one example, is right that the Bible does not teach a pre-tribulation rapture (see Joel Richardson is actually right about the rapture, but wrong about THE Antichrist).
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While Turkey is mentioned in biblical prophecies (watch What Should You Know About Turkey in Prophecy), Joel Richardson completely misunderstands both about Turkey as well as the possible identity of the final Antichrist.
As far as the final Antichrist goes, he will be primarily a religious, not political leader.
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