I received an e-mail that took a close look at some of Obama’s lack of experience and disturbing philosophies and policies (disturbing to me anyway), which few Americans are likely aware of. It seemed well written and made some solid points but then ended with this doozy:
According to The Book of Revelations the anti-Christ will be a man, in his 40s, of MUSLIM descent,
who will deceive the nations with persuasive language, and have a MASSIVE
Christ-like appeal….the prophecy says that people will flock to him
and he will promise false hope and world peace, and when he is in power,
will destroy everything. Is it OBAMA??
Totally ridiculous. The Bible nowhere states that the anti-christ will be of Muslim descent. Absolute garbage. It also says nothing of his age being in the “40’s”. I challenge anyone to show me where the Bible says these things. It is a shame that a decent article was tarnished by such fanatical nonsense. It makes me wonder if I can trust anything else that was written in the article and makes me wonder if anyone, outside of some Christians who were already against Obama, will possibly take it seriously. These sorts of outrageous and unnecessary comments do far more harm than good. Without this comment this article might have persuaded some non-Christians to rethink their support for Obama, but with these comments it can only serve to strengthen their resolve and further harden them against those “wacky” fundamentalist Christians.