That’s an interesting video title, given that Steven Ben-DeNoon is misleading people with his explanations about the antichrist and the son of perdition.
Steven Ben-DeNoon says that we are truly on the verge of seeing the antichrist come on the scene.
He says, “And there’s no absolutely no question in my mind that the antichrist is going to be a Jewish leader. More than likely my thought is that he will be an extraterrestrial type of being.”
Goof grief! A Jewish alien antichrist! Ugh!
The office of the papacy, the Popes of Rome, fulfill Bible prophecy as the ‘little horn‘ of Daniel 7, the ‘son of perdition‘ of 2 Thessalonians 2, and the ‘antichrist beast‘ of Revelation 13, who leads the ‘harlot‘ church of Rome.
Steven’s explanations serve to deflect blame away from the antichrist beast Pope.
Steven Ben-DeNoon says that the antichrist will come as if he is Jesus Himself.
The Popes of Rome already do that! They proclaim the title of ‘the Vicar of Christ‘ which means ‘in place of Christ.’ They have already proclaimed to the Jesus Christ in the flesh and to lead His one true church, but they teach a false Gospel and a false intercessor in Mary, thus they are antichrist.
Steven Ben-DeNoon points to an end-times falling away of 2 Thessalonians 2.
He points to 2 Thessalonians 2, a falling away in the end times. The falling away that the Apostle Paul pointed took place primarily in the fourth century, when after centuries of persecution, Roman Emperor Constantine and the Roman Bishops codified the false religion of Romanism, Roman Christianity.
Many saints compromised their Scriptural faith and apostatized and took positions of power in Rome.
There’s certainly is a falling away from truth about prophecy fulfillment in the end times, thanks to people like Steven Ben-DeNoon.
Steven Ben-DeNoon points to an end-times man of sin, son of perdition.
He says that the Jewish antichrist will sit in the temple and take people back to the law.
The Popes proclaim to lead Messiah’s church, thus they sit in the temple, which is made of up of the saints. Paul and John are not pointing to a physical temple, but the temple that’s made without hands in which the Father dwells.
They have already proclaimed to be God, to be Jesus Christ in the flesh, to forgive sins and provide salvation, which is blasphemy.
The Popes cause Catholics to sin in calling them Holy Father, but Messiah said not to call any religious leader by Father. They cause Catholics to break the second commandment in making, kneeling before, and praying to idols. The Pope removed the second commandment from their list and split the tenth into two.
The Popes cause Catholics to pray repetitive prayers using the rosary, in praying to Mary who they say is the intercessor to the Father.
The Pope caused Catholics to torture and kill tens of millions of saints during the Dark Ages and the Inquisition.
It’s amazing that people blindly trust Steven Ben-DeNoon’s explanations because he seems sincere and Jewish. But his teachings about prophecy fulfillment are misleading his followers and they need to be exposed. I pray that he finds the truth about the fulfillment of prophecy, for in it we see the glory of our beloved Messiah.
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