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HISTORY of Christian Theology

A term in the Bibile used for one or more individuals who would play a significant role opposing Christ in the last days. Luther used this term to describe a broad institutional principles and popes in general as opposed to one person or one pope. His classification of the papacy as the Antichrist was instrumental in his decision to break with Rome. Contemporary Protestant evangelicals generally utilize this term to refer to one key antagonist that will arise shortly before Christ’s second coming.

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