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Has America Embraced the Spirit of Anti-Christ?

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This essay is written for all principled free-thinkers, not just Believers. It examines the terrible impact on society of apostasy, symbolized by deviation from the biblical model in the American family structure over the past 50 years. This illustrates the devastating results of widespread heresy. Americans have abandoned their ancestral faith and practice, a subject affecting all persons, including the indifferent and non-religious. Therefore we can say a spirit of anti-Christ is unleashed. This is not to be confused with “The Beast” of Revelations whom many believe will come to establish an infernal kingdom on earth before the end of times. Instead, this general spirit opposes Bible teaching, contradicting the doctrines of Jesus and the Apostles, here illuminated by changing practices on marriage. This change matters for several reasons. First, many historians have argued it was America’s unique approach to faith which laid the groundwork for our unparallelled success. Second, as most Americans claim to be Christian it represents a movement of rank apostasy (heresy is a wrong belief—apostasy is wholesale abandonment of essential dogma). Third, in the case of families without fathers, it spawns a tremendous flood of related problems which then drag society down into a deepening spiral of dysfunction, lawlessness and godlessness. This is a solemn note for the 75% of Americans who consider themselves Christian, or at least 230 million US residents. Marriage as a symbol of biblical values is chosen because of its perpetual nature and also divine modeling, such as: “Let us be glad and rejoice, and give honor to Him: for the marriage of the Lamb is come, and his wife (the Church) hath made herself ready.” (Revelation 19:7-9) America cannot long survive as a first rate democracy and world power while ignoring marriage. Statistics prove what happens when wedlock is destroyed. The church itself is doomed to irrelevancy if it does not stand against such apostasy.