Decoding the Antichrist and the End Time with Mark Biltz

Decoding the Antichrist and the End Time with Mark Biltz

What does the Bible say about the antichrist and what does the future hold? You will not want to miss Stephen Strang's interview with author Mark Biltz as they discuss the end times.

Learn about Islamic and Judaism views, the impact of artificial intelligence, and how today's trends of lawlessness are escalating toward globalism. Listen to find more and how you can buy Mark Biltz's new book Decoding the Antichrist and the End Times.

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The Strang Report

With Stephen Strang

Guest: Mark Biltz

 

What does the Bible say about the antichrist and what does the future hold? You will not want to miss Stephen Strang's interview with author Mark Biltz as they discuss the end times.

Learn about Islamic and Judaism views, the impact of artificial intelligence, and how today's trends of lawlessness are escalating toward globalism. Listen to find more and how you can buy Mark Biltz's new book Decoding the Antichrist and the End Times.

Introduction

Stephen Strang: There's a lot of speculation about the end times, about the Antichrist and all of these things, even though the secular society barely is aware of this other maybe than to ridicule religious people who believe it. Many Christians are interested in this, but the fascinating thing is that Judaism and Islam also have theories about the end times. Hello everyone. I'm Stephen Strang and welcome to the Strang Report. Today we're going to delve into this by talking to Mark Biltz, who is the author of a new book called Decoding the Antichrist and the End Times. The subtitle is: What the Bible Says and What the Future Holds. Now, full disclosure. I'm the publisher of this book. I'm proud of it. It's actually coming out on March 5. And I think that after you listen to our podcast, you're going to want to get this book. So here is my podcast with author and minister Mark Biltz.

You’re the founder of El Shaddai Ministries, you're well known for writing about blood moons. Now you have written about Decoding the Antichrist and the End Times. Why did you write this book?

·         Read the Strang Report: Mark Biltz: Pope Francis, Political Climate, Scary New Tech Creating ‘Trifecta’ for Antichrist System

 

Mark Biltz: The main reason I wrote this book, Decoding the Antichrist and the End Times, was because for the last 2,000 years, people been trying to figure out who the Antichrist is. To me, I felt it was more important to profile the Antichrist, to try to figure out how he operates, what his modus operandi is and to recognize an antichrist system that is working among us right now today.

 

Mark Biltz on Charisma

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Stephen Strang: You’re right about people trying to identify the Antichrist. Most of the dictators … I remember Mussolini which is actually before my lifetime, people were sure he was the one. I've even heard people saying that it's going to be someone out of Islam. I've heard people say that it's going be someone out of the gay community. Movies have been made about it, books have been written. But what does the Bible say about who the Antichrist is or maybe the spirit of antichrist, which is, really in a way, with us all the time, isn't it?

 

Mark Biltz: Most definitely. I call it legalized lawlessness and it goes back to the book of Esther with Haman. Haman wanted to destroy the nation of Israel and he thought all we need to do was to create a law to justify genocide and then we're OK. He made all kinds of ridiculous laws trying to justify what they do. Just like with the New York abortion law. If we just make it a law, it’s OK. If we just legalize gay marriage, if we just legalize drugs, then everything is fine. So, to me, the antichrist spirit is a system where we try to legalize moral lawlessness, thinking that justifies it. You were saying some people think that the Antichrist will be Islamic, some think he will be Jewish. I've always thought it was fascinating that of the three monotheistic faiths, Islam, Judaism, Christianity, each one of them has an anti-Messiah and they all believe the other one’s Messiah is their Antichrist.

 

·         Watch the trailer for Decoding the Antichrist

 

Stephen Strang: That's interesting. In fact, the book explores the Islamic and Jewish views of the end times which, for the average Christian, is something they really don't understand.

 

Mark Biltz: Not at all. Like in Islam, they have Jesus returning, but there's two different Jesus; and a fake Jesus and a real Jesus. The way they tell the Muslims to tell the fake Jesus from the real Jesus is that the fake Jesus loves the Jewish people. The real Jesus will hate the Jewish people. They have the Dajah; that's their antichrist, so to speak, that comes. They talk about the real Jesus who lands not on the Mount of Olives but he lands in the mosque and they have a beast that rises up out of the earth just like Christianity. Then of course in Judaism they have two Messiahs that come; the Messiah that's a suffering servant and then a Messiah who is a conqueror and a king. They have two witnesses like Moses and Elijah. Then of course Christianity has the two witnesses and the False Prophet and the Antichrist.  Is there going to be a dozen end times scenarios here all out at once?

Stephen Strang: So, what stands out to you in the Jewish perspective of the end times? You mentioned a couple of things, but for the average listener, what are the one or two things they really need to understand?

 

Mark Biltz: From the Jewish eschatological point of view, I think that from their view they are looking for a Messiah that is going to be a military leader. They're looking for a Messiah that's going to gather the outcasts of Israel. They're looking for one that's going to rebuild the temple. All of these are biblically based, that the real Messiah is going to bring back the sacrificial system, they're going to reestablish the feasts of the Lord. So, in the Jewish mindset, the reason they think that Jesus couldn't be their Messiah, they don't mind thinking He’s the Christian Messiah. They can have them. But they say he couldn't be the Jewish Messiah because he didn't fulfill the biblical criteria. The temple was destroyed, the Jews were scattered and so they're looking for someone who is going to accomplish things in their mind that their Messiah would do.

 

Stephen Strang: A lot of Christians are very nonchalant about the end times thinking that it's not going to apply to them, that it'll be off in the future. Nobody really understands it. But my observation as a Christian journalist over the last four decades is that with things escalating as they are in our world with lawlessness, as you say, and some of the other trends, you almost have to think that everything is culminating. Some people think that the Antichrist will be Islamic symbol. Think Jewish. I've always thought it was fascinating that of the three monotheistic faith, Islam, Judaism, Christianity, each one of them has an anti-Messiah and they all believe the other ones, Messiah. Is there anything that's interesting in fact the book explores the Islamic and Jewish views of the time switch for the average Christian you know, is something they really don't understand.

 

Mark Blitz: Not at all. Like in Islam, they have Jesus returning but there's two different Jesus: A fake Jesus and a real Jesus. The way they tell the Muslims to tell the fake Jesus from the real Jesus is that the fake Jesus really loves the Jewish people. The real Jesus will hate the Jewish people. They have the dajah; that's their antichrist, so to speak, that comes and they talk about the real Jesus who lands not on the Mount of Olives but he lands in the mosque and they have a beast that comes to the earth just like in Christianity. And then of course in Judaism they have two messiahs that come: The Messiah that's a suffering servant and the one who is a conqueror. They have two witnesses like Moses and Elijah. And then of course Christianity has the two witnesses, the False Prophet and the Antichrist. Is there going to be a dozen of end times scenarios all playing out at once?

Stephen Strang: What stands out to you in the Jewish perspective of the end times? You mentioned a couple of things, but for the average listener, what are the one or two things they really need to understand.

Mark Biltz: From the Jewish eschatological point of view, they are looking for a Messiah that is going to be a military leader. They're looking for a Messiah that's going to gather the outcasts of Israel. They're looking for one that's going to rebuild the temple. All of these are biblically based, that the real Messiah is going to bring back the sacrificial system, they're going to re-establish the feasts of the Lord. In the Jewish mindset, the reason they think that Jesus couldn't be their Messiah … they don't mind taking us to Christian Messiah, they can have them. But they say he couldn't be the Jewish Messiah because he didn't fulfill the biblical criteria. The temple was destroyed, the Jews were scattered and so they're looking for someone who is going to accomplish things and their mind that their Messiah would do.

Stephen Strang: A lot of Christians are very nonchalant about the end times, thinking that it's not going to apply to them that it'll be off in the future, nobody really understands it. But my observation as a Christian journalist over the last four decades is that with things escalating as they are in our world with lawlessness, as you say, and some of the other trends, you almost have to think that everything is culminating. One thing that was in the news just in the last week was about the pope meeting with the leader of Islam really for the first time and I saw one headline that said that they were agreeing to something that was going to set up one world government. This could be extremism and hyperbole and everything else. But just talk to me about some of the trends especially as it relates to globalism, which is been in the news especially since Trump has been in and kind of come against some of the trends toward globalism.

Mark Biltz: I really think this last election wasn’t Democrat versus Republican. I believe it was globalism versus nationalism. I believe that that really was where it was at. When you look at the trends, all three states … Islam is expecting their Mahdi or Messiah to come at any moment. Many Christians believed the Messiah is coming at any moment. And Judaism, the Jews believe their Messiah could come at any moment. So, we see this culmination of all three faiths. We see the it's like a trifecta. We also see all the technology that is now available that can implement this one world order globalism. Then we also have the political will. You see Russia, China and Iran, Syria, Israel, the political climate within globalism, all three of these are coming together at the same time.

Stephen Strang: What about something you deal with in the book about artificial intelligence. We're just now beginning to understand how much artificial intelligence is going to affect our lives with Siri and Alexa and all this kind of stuff. I mean, but that's just baby steps into what's probably going to happen in the future. Where does this fit in, in your opinion?

Mark Biltz: I think it’s huge. We are under so much surveillance like Columbus when he supposedly discovered America and conquered the natives and declared it for Spain and the Pope. Google and Facebook with the worldwide web have declared it as their own. They've taken everyone's digital profile and declared as their own. Our facial recognition, they’ve taken our pictures on Facebook and declared it as their personal property. It's amazing how we're under surveillance. I'm not talking about a conspiracy theory here, I'm talking about how they can track us through our phones. Even the DNA. Did you know that a recent article … these DNA websites where you try to find out if you're Jewish, or where you're from … ancestry.com and all that ... they literally have turned the DNA over to the government. If the government has DNA of a criminal suspect, they run it through these companies’ DNA registry to try to narrow down the family tree of where the suspect is. There really is no privacy anymore.

Stephen Strang: In the example you just mentioned, we're glad that criminals are captured. But really the scary thing is that what can help us, like Alexa ordering something for us easily also means that they can eavesdrop on us in a way that never happened before. It makes you understand how an antichrist could actually take over, especially since so much of this technology spans national borders and is beyond the control of literal governments.

Mark Biltz: Right, exactly. But like with the DNA thing I'm talking about, they can also find out who's Jewish and they can eliminate the Jewish people that way. Everything can be used for bad. But like you said, also a nest camera someone had in their little nursery for their kids and the dad goes in and he hears this voice speaking all these things to him. I mean, it's like these things can be hacked. And I have a Fitbit that monitors my blood pressure, my heart beat, the hours I sleep. Of course, it can be it is monitored. People know can know when I go to bed, when I get up. This new ring doorbell camera that is to protect people from someone coming to their door, but it shoots across the street. You can see the police can use the neighbors ring camera to see who's coming into your house, when you come when you go, but it can also be hacked. Someone could easily rob your house because they know when you sleep, they know when you get up, they know when you leave the home and when you come home.

For the rest of Stephen’s interview with Mark Biltz, please visit cpnshows.com.

Connect with Mark Biltz

·         On YouTube

·         On Twitter

 

Where to Find Stephen Strang on the Internet

·         The Strang Report on Charismamag.com

·         The Strang Report on cpnshows.com

·         On Twitter

·         On Facebook

Episode Notes

The Strang Report

With Stephen Strang

Guest: Mark Biltz

 

What does the Bible say about the antichrist and what does the future hold? You will not want to miss Stephen Strang's interview with author Mark Biltz as they discuss the end times.

Learn about Islamic and Judaism views, the impact of artificial intelligence, and how today's trends of lawlessness are escalating toward globalism. Listen to find more and how you can buy Mark Biltz's new book Decoding the Antichrist and the End Times.

Introduction

Stephen Strang: There's a lot of speculation about the end times, about the Antichrist and all of these things, even though the secular society barely is aware of this other maybe than to ridicule religious people who believe it. Many Christians are interested in this, but the fascinating thing is that Judaism and Islam also have theories about the end times. Hello everyone. I'm Stephen Strang and welcome to the Strang Report. Today we're going to delve into this by talking to Mark Biltz, who is the author of a new book called Decoding the Antichrist and the End Times. The subtitle is: What the Bible Says and What the Future Holds. Now, full disclosure. I'm the publisher of this book. I'm proud of it. It's actually coming out on March 5. And I think that after you listen to our podcast, you're going to want to get this book. So here is my podcast with author and minister Mark Biltz.

You’re the founder of El Shaddai Ministries, you're well known for writing about blood moons. Now you have written about Decoding the Antichrist and the End Times. Why did you write this book?

·         Read the Strang Report: Mark Biltz: Pope Francis, Political Climate, Scary New Tech Creating ‘Trifecta’ for Antichrist System

 

Mark Biltz: The main reason I wrote this book, Decoding the Antichrist and the End Times, was because for the last 2,000 years, people been trying to figure out who the Antichrist is. To me, I felt it was more important to profile the Antichrist, to try to figure out how he operates, what his modus operandi is and to recognize an antichrist system that is working among us right now today.

 

Mark Biltz on Charisma

·         Perry Stone, Joel Richardson Praise Mark Biltz’s ‘Amazing, Powerful, Anointed’ End-Times Expose

·         Are Alexa, Siri Setting the Stage for Antichrist’s Worldwide Domination?

·         End-Times Expert: What Latest Lunar Eclipse Means Prophetically for Israel

·         Pastor Says Key to Sunday’s Super Blood Wolf Moon Can Be Found in Scripture

Stephen Strang: You’re right about people trying to identify the Antichrist. Most of the dictators … I remember Mussolini which is actually before my lifetime, people were sure he was the one. I've even heard people saying that it's going to be someone out of Islam. I've heard people say that it's going be someone out of the gay community. Movies have been made about it, books have been written. But what does the Bible say about who the Antichrist is or maybe the spirit of antichrist, which is, really in a way, with us all the time, isn't it?

 

Mark Biltz: Most definitely. I call it legalized lawlessness and it goes back to the book of Esther with Haman. Haman wanted to destroy the nation of Israel and he thought all we need to do was to create a law to justify genocide and then we're OK. He made all kinds of ridiculous laws trying to justify what they do. Just like with the New York abortion law. If we just make it a law, it’s OK. If we just legalize gay marriage, if we just legalize drugs, then everything is fine. So, to me, the antichrist spirit is a system where we try to legalize moral lawlessness, thinking that justifies it. You were saying some people think that the Antichrist will be Islamic, some think he will be Jewish. I've always thought it was fascinating that of the three monotheistic faiths, Islam, Judaism, Christianity, each one of them has an anti-Messiah and they all believe the other one’s Messiah is their Antichrist.

 

·         Watch the trailer for Decoding the Antichrist

 

Stephen Strang: That's interesting. In fact, the book explores the Islamic and Jewish views of the end times which, for the average Christian, is something they really don't understand.

 

Mark Biltz: Not at all. Like in Islam, they have Jesus returning, but there's two different Jesus; and a fake Jesus and a real Jesus. The way they tell the Muslims to tell the fake Jesus from the real Jesus is that the fake Jesus loves the Jewish people. The real Jesus will hate the Jewish people. They have the Dajah; that's their antichrist, so to speak, that comes. They talk about the real Jesus who lands not on the Mount of Olives but he lands in the mosque and they have a beast that rises up out of the earth just like Christianity. Then of course in Judaism they have two Messiahs that come; the Messiah that's a suffering servant and then a Messiah who is a conqueror and a king. They have two witnesses like Moses and Elijah. Then of course Christianity has the two witnesses and the False Prophet and the Antichrist.  Is there going to be a dozen end times scenarios here all out at once?

Stephen Strang: So, what stands out to you in the Jewish perspective of the end times? You mentioned a couple of things, but for the average listener, what are the one or two things they really need to understand?

 

Mark Biltz: From the Jewish eschatological point of view, I think that from their view they are looking for a Messiah that is going to be a military leader. They're looking for a Messiah that's going to gather the outcasts of Israel. They're looking for one that's going to rebuild the temple. All of these are biblically based, that the real Messiah is going to bring back the sacrificial system, they're going to reestablish the feasts of the Lord. So, in the Jewish mindset, the reason they think that Jesus couldn't be their Messiah, they don't mind thinking He’s the Christian Messiah. They can have them. But they say he couldn't be the Jewish Messiah because he didn't fulfill the biblical criteria. The temple was destroyed, the Jews were scattered and so they're looking for someone who is going to accomplish things in their mind that their Messiah would do.

 

Stephen Strang: A lot of Christians are very nonchalant about the end times thinking that it's not going to apply to them, that it'll be off in the future. Nobody really understands it. But my observation as a Christian journalist over the last four decades is that with things escalating as they are in our world with lawlessness, as you say, and some of the other trends, you almost have to think that everything is culminating. Some people think that the Antichrist will be Islamic symbol. Think Jewish. I've always thought it was fascinating that of the three monotheistic faith, Islam, Judaism, Christianity, each one of them has an anti-Messiah and they all believe the other ones, Messiah. Is there anything that's interesting in fact the book explores the Islamic and Jewish views of the time switch for the average Christian you know, is something they really don't understand.

 

Mark Blitz: Not at all. Like in Islam, they have Jesus returning but there's two different Jesus: A fake Jesus and a real Jesus. The way they tell the Muslims to tell the fake Jesus from the real Jesus is that the fake Jesus really loves the Jewish people. The real Jesus will hate the Jewish people. They have the dajah; that's their antichrist, so to speak, that comes and they talk about the real Jesus who lands not on the Mount of Olives but he lands in the mosque and they have a beast that comes to the earth just like in Christianity. And then of course in Judaism they have two messiahs that come: The Messiah that's a suffering servant and the one who is a conqueror. They have two witnesses like Moses and Elijah. And then of course Christianity has the two witnesses, the False Prophet and the Antichrist. Is there going to be a dozen of end times scenarios all playing out at once?

Stephen Strang: What stands out to you in the Jewish perspective of the end times? You mentioned a couple of things, but for the average listener, what are the one or two things they really need to understand.

Mark Biltz: From the Jewish eschatological point of view, they are looking for a Messiah that is going to be a military leader. They're looking for a Messiah that's going to gather the outcasts of Israel. They're looking for one that's going to rebuild the temple. All of these are biblically based, that the real Messiah is going to bring back the sacrificial system, they're going to re-establish the feasts of the Lord. In the Jewish mindset, the reason they think that Jesus couldn't be their Messiah … they don't mind taking us to Christian Messiah, they can have them. But they say he couldn't be the Jewish Messiah because he didn't fulfill the biblical criteria. The temple was destroyed, the Jews were scattered and so they're looking for someone who is going to accomplish things and their mind that their Messiah would do.

Stephen Strang: A lot of Christians are very nonchalant about the end times, thinking that it's not going to apply to them that it'll be off in the future, nobody really understands it. But my observation as a Christian journalist over the last four decades is that with things escalating as they are in our world with lawlessness, as you say, and some of the other trends, you almost have to think that everything is culminating. One thing that was in the news just in the last week was about the pope meeting with the leader of Islam really for the first time and I saw one headline that said that they were agreeing to something that was going to set up one world government. This could be extremism and hyperbole and everything else. But just talk to me about some of the trends especially as it relates to globalism, which is been in the news especially since Trump has been in and kind of come against some of the trends toward globalism.

Mark Biltz: I really think this last election wasn’t Democrat versus Republican. I believe it was globalism versus nationalism. I believe that that really was where it was at. When you look at the trends, all three states … Islam is expecting their Mahdi or Messiah to come at any moment. Many Christians believed the Messiah is coming at any moment. And Judaism, the Jews believe their Messiah could come at any moment. So, we see this culmination of all three faiths. We see the it's like a trifecta. We also see all the technology that is now available that can implement this one world order globalism. Then we also have the political will. You see Russia, China and Iran, Syria, Israel, the political climate within globalism, all three of these are coming together at the same time.

Stephen Strang: What about something you deal with in the book about artificial intelligence. We're just now beginning to understand how much artificial intelligence is going to affect our lives with Siri and Alexa and all this kind of stuff. I mean, but that's just baby steps into what's probably going to happen in the future. Where does this fit in, in your opinion?

Mark Biltz: I think it’s huge. We are under so much surveillance like Columbus when he supposedly discovered America and conquered the natives and declared it for Spain and the Pope. Google and Facebook with the worldwide web have declared it as their own. They've taken everyone's digital profile and declared as their own. Our facial recognition, they’ve taken our pictures on Facebook and declared it as their personal property. It's amazing how we're under surveillance. I'm not talking about a conspiracy theory here, I'm talking about how they can track us through our phones. Even the DNA. Did you know that a recent article … these DNA websites where you try to find out if you're Jewish, or where you're from … ancestry.com and all that ... they literally have turned the DNA over to the government. If the government has DNA of a criminal suspect, they run it through these companies’ DNA registry to try to narrow down the family tree of where the suspect is. There really is no privacy anymore.

Stephen Strang: In the example you just mentioned, we're glad that criminals are captured. But really the scary thing is that what can help us, like Alexa ordering something for us easily also means that they can eavesdrop on us in a way that never happened before. It makes you understand how an antichrist could actually take over, especially since so much of this technology spans national borders and is beyond the control of literal governments.

Mark Biltz: Right, exactly. But like with the DNA thing I'm talking about, they can also find out who's Jewish and they can eliminate the Jewish people that way. Everything can be used for bad. But like you said, also a nest camera someone had in their little nursery for their kids and the dad goes in and he hears this voice speaking all these things to him. I mean, it's like these things can be hacked. And I have a Fitbit that monitors my blood pressure, my heart beat, the hours I sleep. Of course, it can be it is monitored. People know can know when I go to bed, when I get up. This new ring doorbell camera that is to protect people from someone coming to their door, but it shoots across the street. You can see the police can use the neighbors ring camera to see who's coming into your house, when you come when you go, but it can also be hacked. Someone could easily rob your house because they know when you sleep, they know when you get up, they know when you leave the home and when you come home.

For the rest of Stephen’s interview with Mark Biltz, please visit cpnshows.com.

Connect with Mark Biltz

·         On YouTube

·         On Twitter

 

Where to Find Stephen Strang on the Internet

·         The Strang Report on Charismamag.com

·         The Strang Report on cpnshows.com

·         On Twitter

·         On Facebook

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