The Man of Sin – H. Grattan Guinness

A very clear explanation of who the antichrist is. The correlation of the ‘man of God’ (all true believers) and ‘the man of sin’ (all unbelievers) perfectly demonstrates that the antichrist is not an individual but a spirit comprised of those who reject Christ.

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…But this apostasy was to have a head, and the coming and character of that head are the great subject of Paul’s Thessalonian prophecy. A mistaken apprehension of his first letter to them had led the Thessalonians to expect an immediate advent of Christ, and in his second epistle Paul sets himself to correct this error by further instruction as to the future. He tells them of something that was destined to precede the return of Christ, a great apostasy, which would reach its climax in the manifestation of a certain mighty power of evil ; to which he attaches three names, and of which he gives many particulars similar to those which Daniel gave of his “little horn,” such as the place and time of its origin, its nature, sphere, character, conduct, and doom.

The names which the apostle gives to this head of the apostasy in this prophecy…

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