- anti- + Christ (Wiktionary)
“He regarded the term Antichrist as denoting both the Mohammedan empire and the Papacy, and held that they were not to be overthrown till the time of the resurrection of the dead, and that a considerable period was to pass before that event.”
“According to Revelation, the Antichrist is a great deceiver.”
“The English word Antichrist comes from the Greek antichristos.”
“On August 18, "Fox & Friends" guest Walid Shoebat asked, "If Islam is not playing the major role in Antichrist spirit, why do you think the devil wants to appoint somebody connected to Islam in the White House?”
“And isn't the 'Roman connection' which the Antichrist is said to have more correctly a connection with Pagan Rome, or its modern equivalent?”
“Dafoe made a good decision starring in Antichrist over this ….”
“I mean that quite literally, Antichrist is pure expressionist film, shot wonderfully, edited wonderfully and it features profound performances from its stars, Willem Dafoe and Charlotte Gainsbourg (almost the only actors in the entire film).”
“Charlotte in Antichrist last year was the best female performance, period.”
“Ninety-nine percent of the people that hear these remarks will only hear that the Antichrist is Jewish.”
“Look at the definition of Antichrist from the Book of John.”
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