Bible prophecy: Conspiracy theorist warns of ‘new world order’ spearheaded by Antichrist

The Christian Bible is clear about one thing: the world is going to end one day. But scripture does not specify when this will happen and instead cryptically points to signs in the heavens and the earth that will precede the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. And yet, scores of conspiracy theorists are convinced the End Times are near, believing humanity is tumbling towards an age of strife and disaster known as the Tribulation.

Conspiracy theory blogs like Bible Prophecy – Signposts of the Times keep stoking fears of imminent disaster with unfounded claims of the world’s fiery demise.

According to scripture, before Jesus returns to establish a 1,000-year kingdom on Earth, the Antichrist will rise to falsely declare himself the Messiah.

And if blogs like Signposts of the Times are to be believed, the foundations of this prophecy might already be laid out.

In its most recent post, the blog claimed religious and political institutions worldwide are coming together to establish a “future Global One World” government.

The blog said: “The Bible warns that both these spheres of religion and commerce will come together as one to build a new economic world order which will be initially controlled by 10 new Kingdoms and ultimately, by the Antichrist himself.”

The blog’s author then cited passages from the Book of Revelation, which contains the Bible’s final chapters.

Revelation 17:6-7, for instance, reads: “I saw that the woman was drunk with the blood of God’s holy people, the blood of those who bore testimony to Jesus. When I saw her, I was greatly astonished.

“Then the angel said to me: ‘Why are you astonished? I will explain to you the mystery of the woman and of the beast she rides, which has the seven heads and ten horns.'”

Revelation 17:12-13 then states: “The ten horns you saw are ten kings who have not yet received a kingdom, but for whom for one hour will receive authority as kings along with the beast.

“They have one purpose and will give their power and authority to the beast.”

According to Signposts of the Times’ outlandish claims, the world’s independent nations will cease to exist as the prophecy unfolds.

Instead, “the two global legs of the Antichrist” system will take over.

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The blog said: “The False Religious system headed by the False Prophet, and the new global economic world order which will be governed by 10 Kings/Kingdoms and the Antichrist.”

The blog added: “The time seems to be very short. Jesus Christ is coming back, soon and very soon. Keep looking up.”

However, most theologians would dispute the alarmist claims, stating attempts to foretell the return of Christ go against the teachings of the Bible.

According to Stephen Witmer, pastor of the Pepperell Christian Fellowship in Pepperell, Massachusetts, doomsday predictions are neither new nor shocking anymore.

And the scripture expert believes many problems arise from attempting to sway the masses towards such interpretations of the Bible.

He said: “Waiting for an event when we don’t know its timing can be uncomfortable and demanding.

“It seems that Jesus wants us to feel this discomfort because he wants us to be always prepared for his coming.

“The conclusion to the parable of the ten virgins is this: ‘Watch, therefore, for you know neither the day nor the hours.'”

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