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After the 2008 election, some people were calling Obama The Antichrist.  I wasn’t among them.  Instead, I felt he might be a foreshadowing of ‘the one’.  But, as I continued to read prophetic passages in the Bible, I was seeing a different interpretation of them than other people were. It looked to me like Obama was fulfilling a lot of prophecies, depending on how you interpreted them.

As things kept ‘adding up’, I eventually had to ask myself:  Does this mean that I believe Obama is The Antichrist?  While I was still reluctant to make such a wild assertion, I had to admit that is where the ‘facts’ were taking me.  If I was correct in my interpretation of prophecies, then I could not deny that this was indeed a possibility.

If you are familiar with ‘The Scientific Method’ of approaching a ‘puzzle’, you know that you:

  • gather as many facts as you can
  • analyze the facts in every way possible
  • determine the explanation (unifying hypothesis) that best fits all the facts
  • test the hypothesis by making predictions that would be expected to occur if the hypothesis is true

(If enough of these predictions are fulfilled, the hypothesis is promoted to the level of ‘theory’)

Predictions /expectations flowed naturally from additional prophecies, and what had now come to be my unifying hypothesis.  I have freely shared some of those predictions as opinions in my blog posts.  Some of my other expectations (again: if this hypothesis is correct) are:

  • He will continue to assist (openly, or via proxies) in the overthrow of Sunni Muslim or secular governments, in favor of radical Shiite rulers  (such as Muslim Brotherhood).
  • He will continue to create conditions favorable to the implementation of Sharia law, around the globe and in America.
  • He will destroy the power of the wealthy American elites.
  • He will destroy the power of America.
  • He will continue to make policy decisions that are contrary to the American ‘status quo’–in other words, his policies will be detrimental to those who are wealthy, Jewish and/or white.
  • His policies will favor communists, socialists, and radical Muslims.
  • He will continue to redefine our international relationships–pushing away our historical allies, relaxing sanctions against other nations, and defining new enemies.
  • He will oppose Christians, Jews, and Judeo-Christian values.
  • He will be surprisingly tolerant of radical Muslims.
  • He will destroy our present military.
  • He will build a military that is loyal to him.
  • He will continue to violate our Constitution, ruling as a king, rather than as a president.
  • He will build alliances throughout the world that will give him power beyond that of president of the U.S.
  • He will betray the Jewish people, out of hatred, and to curry favor with others who hate them.
  • He will increase surveillance in America.
  • He will increasingly restrict our freedoms.
  • He will continue to lie.
  • He will set an example of contempt for Christians and Jews.
  • The fruit of his leadership will be theft, death, and destruction.

These have been my expectations for months.  With this working hypothesis in mind, all of Obama’s actions have been perfectly reasonable, logical, and predictable.  Meanwhile, most people are still ‘scratching their heads’ over his latest actions.  Without a reasonable hypothesis regarding his motives, they are constantly puzzling over his decisions, and ‘chalking them up’ to his inexperience.

If I’m wrong, I’m willing to say so.  But, if you are someone who is still puzzled over Obama’s actions–consider this hypothesis, even though it sounds far-fetched.

Understanding Obama
Obama’s Army
Imam . . . Obama?

Update 4/6/11:

More unfortunate evidence that Obama IS assisting the Shiite Muslims:

America Allied to Al Qaeda and Hezbollah in Libya?

Obama Reinvents The Biblical Passover Story

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I listen to conservative talk radio, and it catches my attention when the host points out his record of being correct.  They’re right, they have been making accurate predictions–that’s why I listen to them!  I make predictions here too, and share my gut feelings about things.  But, I hesitate to say ‘I was right’ . . .

What are we really implying when we point to our record of accuracy?  Are we implying that because we were right in the past, we are special somehow?  Or that we will always continue to be right, and you should follow us? God forbid!  Can any of us really live up to that?

It profits me nothing, in this life, to be right about the things I am predicting.  They are things we’d rather not see come to pass.  I don’t write this blog for money or fame.  Being right about the  things I predict will probably paint a target on my chest.  Being popular would only make the target bigger!

The only thing I gain, if I am right, is credibility.  Credibility to tell you about the character of God, about what His Word says, about the deception that is everywhere you turn these days, about the sacrifice that Jesus made for those who will follow Him, and about how you can be one of His children too.