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Antichrist 2016-2019: Mystery Babylon, Barack Obama & the Islamic Caliphate Paperback – September 26, 2014
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Montaigne is also an avid reader, investigator, prophecy scholar, and author of several books. Years ago you may have passed him near the archives in Washington D.C., London, or the Vatican - or shared a bus ride to a pyramid or temple in Israel, Egypt, Turkey, Greece, Mexico or Guatemala... But it is now more likely he is searching for answers online - at home in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - where he celebrates every possible moment with his three inquisitive children, who remind him that we should never stop asking questions.
Don't let him fool you with what he hopes are fascinating and insightful blog posts and articles on a wide variety of subjects - he's focused on prophecy unfolding all around us. Montaigne's knowledge of history, theology, mythology, and astronomy guided him to research which led to writing several books, including End Times and 2019, Antichrist 2016-2019: Mystery Babylon, Barack Obama & the Islamic Caliphate, and his most recent work: The Two Witnesses of Revelation: Will Elijah and Moses Return in 2016?
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Top Customer Reviews
I do appreciate reading other perspectives on end time events but what interesting and valuable information the author has provided in this book I felt was overshadowed by his use of other non-Biblical prophetic texts and his efforts to provide a specific date for Jesus return.
I am not apposed to trying to understand the times and seasons in which we live relative to the Biblical record but by setting specific dates it creates a potential stumbling block for what valuable information may have been provided.
author has done. It is unrealistic in my opinion that 12 months
from this review, the antichrist will declare himself as God in
the newly built Jewish temple. The author uses astronomical
alignments for aid in his deductions. Although it is obvious
that he has expertise in the field, it probably surpasses the
ability of most to comprehend the deductions. In fairness,
the author makes good points about Obama that should not
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I am still reading this book, so much information that makes a lot of sense. Must be able to compare the author view with the Bible. I can't put it down. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Maria REYNA
I found myself getting headaches from all the numbers. As far as research goes, this time could have been spent doing lawn work or shooting turtles.Published 1 month ago by Don Thate
I found this book extremely difficult to read. The writing is disorganized, not logically structured and therefore very hard to follow. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Didn't like the prediction dates,since only the father know the exact date, but the depth and perspective on scriptures and relation for the coming anti Christ was phenomenal!Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
after reading the introduction which says to keep an open mind and judge for yourself, i'm beginning to understand many things that i once was opposed to, mostly because i was sold... Read morePublished 6 months ago by lauree