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Enough people are worried that the vaccines are from the Antichrist that TikTok has apparently banned hashtags that link vaccination with apocalyptic plots.
Crucially, Evangelicals believed that as the United States ceded power to the Antichrist, he would demand that all people pledge their allegiance to him by taking his mark.
Perhaps, they speculated, the world would soon have a single global currency overseen by the Antichrist and run by computers.
In the 1980s some alleged that perhaps Ronald Wilson Reagan was the Antichrist — the letters in his name added up to 6-6-6.
In the 1930s, they thought that perhaps the logo of Roosevelt’s National Recovery Administration, the blue eagle, was the Antichrist’s logo.
One prominent Wingnut Web site in particular has been pumping up microchip/Antichrist anxieties: WorldNet Daily.
The McCain campaign even put out a Web ad that seemed to play on Obama-as-Antichrist fears.
Its worldly affairs gave him no concern, and party-spirit was loathsome to him as the very antichrist.There and Back|George MacDonald
It is well to state here that Daniel mentions Antichrist but once in his prophecies, in chapter xi:36, etc.The Prophet Ezekiel|Arno C. Gaebelein
See the pictures in the numerous fifteenth century little popular books concerning Antichrist.The Life of Joan of Arc, Vol. 1 and 2 (of 2)|Anatole France
"And then shall the wicked be revealed:" no one doubts that this means Antichrist.The City of God, Volume II|Aurelius Augustine
These remonstrants drifted by degrees into open antagonists of the Church, and talked of the Pope as the mystical antichrist.Curiosities of Christian History|Croake James
British Dictionary definitions for Antichrist
Derived forms of AntichristAntichristian, adjective
Cultural definitions for Antichrist
A person mentioned in the New Testament as an enemy of Jesus, who will appear before the Second Coming and win over many of Jesus' followers. The Antichrist is often identified with a beast described in the Book of Revelation, whom God destroys just before the final defeat of Satan.