The Bible describes the eventual rise of a leader so wicked that he can only be called the Antichrist. He comes to power in the last years of planet earth and he opposes God and Christ and even sets up an image of himself in the Jewish temple. But the return of Christ to earth removes this wicked leader and assigns him to the place God has prepared for he and his followers.
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The return of Christ, the rapture, how does all of this fit in? This comic book looks at what the Bible says about the the taking away of the church and the true followers of Christ. This comics reviews and looks at the three most prominent viewpoints and the scriptural basis for each.
Revered and honored by Protestants, Catholics and Orthodox alike, Mary was a young woman devoted to God and His plan to send the Messiah into the world. Chosen to carry the human Son of God, Mary was divinely used as the human mother of Jesus Christ, the Savior of mankind.
Perpetua, a woman of royal birth, was martyred for her faith in ancient Carthage (modern day Tunisia) in AD 203. She wrote The Passion of Saints Perpetua and Felicity, a journal recounting her trial and imprisonment that was continued by a contemporary who described Perpetua’s death in the arena. Both her martyrdom and its account have been highly revered by ancient and modern Christians. Her text is one of the rare surviving documents written by a woman in the ancient world.
The early apologist and martyr for the Christian church. When Justin was arrested for his faith in Rome in A.D. 165, the Roman prefect asked him to denounce his faith by making a sacrifice to the gods. Justin replied, “No one who is rightly minded turns from true belief to false.”
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