The Historical argument will conclude part one of this article and the Prophetical will be discussed in part two.
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They advocate that this beastly individual has Assyrian origins.Lately there has been a whole lot of teachers getting on the Antichrist will come from Islam and that Islam is the Beast world system bandwagon.Apparently painting Antichrist horns on the obvious evil system of our time sells books but is is good theology?Oddly the book of Daniel, which seemingly issues the most pivotal prophecy regarding the origin of this personage, does not once mention the Hebrew word Ashur, or Ashshur, which is translated as Assyria, or Assyrian.This term is utilized within the Old Testament approximately 135 times; however, Daniel considered by many to be a prophetic authority on the subject of the Antichrist, apparently didn’t feel the Assyrian shoe fit the foot of this coming crazed world leader.Even if the Antichrist is Assyrian by birth it does not mean that he is Muslim or that he had been living in that area prior to the days when the world headquarters is moved to the area of Babylon.For example, Some Americans call Obama an African but by Africans he would be called an American. He once lived in other nations but now he resides in America.The whole concept of an Islam Antichrist is fantasy.PROPHECY DEPOT: Does Daniel Debunk the Assyrian Antichrist?Therein we are informed that the Antichrist will originate from the people who would eventually destroy the city of Jerusalem, and the sanctuary, referring to the second Jewish temple.There are two primary arguments against the Eastern leg being the leg from which the Antichrist comes: the “Historical” and the “Prophetical”.