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The Development of Antichrist

By Andrew Bonar

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   Preface - The principle of interpreting the prophetic portions of Holy Scripture as literally as the historical is recognized throughout the following pages, an
   Chapter 1: The Personality of Antichrist - Christians are called to tread nowhere with greater circumspection than when dealing with unfulfilled prophecy, and it is owing to want of due caution
   Chapter 2: The Time of His Appearing - Reference has been made to the declaration in 2 Thessalonians 2 that the day of Christ should not come until "the apostasy" as well as "the man of sin
   Chapter 3: His Characteristics and Duration - The very name of Antichrist implies a denial of Christ having come in the flesh as well as an assumption of His place and dignity; and so exactly does
   Chapter 4: His Destruction and Its Consequences - In saying so much of Antichrist, it was impossible not to anticipate to a certain extent, what ought in proper order to have fallen under this divisio
   Conclusion - There would be no conclusion to draw from all this were it true, as is so frequently insinuated, that prophecy is of no private interpretation as far

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