"Who is a liar but he that denieth that Jesus is the Christ? He is antichrist, that denieth the Father and the Son." 1 John 2:22
Jesus Christ came to save us
from our sins and to show us what our Heavenly Father
is really like.
The Bible teaches that the antichrist will come and deceive
multitudes, making them believe that they can be saved in their sins; his actions will show the world what his father
The word 'antichrist' in the new testament Greek language means 'an opponent of the Messiah.' The dictionary also gives us the meaning of the two words 'anti' and 'christos.'
The word 'anti' means an opponent and substitute while the word 'christos' means the 'messiah' or one anointed to religious office.
Putting these definitions together we find that the antichrist, while being opposed to Christ, is not openly opposed, but rather a deceiver and substitute for Christ who acts as if he is serving Christ.
In other words, the antichrist is one who tries to take the place of Christ and overrule His authority in religious matters, while claiming to be His servant.