Antichrist: two thousand years of the human fascination with evil

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HarperSanFrancisco, 1994 - History - 369 pages
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Examines the the origins of the Antichrist concept from its Judeo-Christian roots, details man's obsession with evil, and offers an historical view of the concept's significance as the turn of the millennium approaches

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Religious historian McGinn (Univ. of Chicago Divinity Sch.) traces the fascinating history of the concept of the Antichrist from pre-Christian origins to the present. Chapters cover the changing role ... Read full review

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Contents

The Second Adam and
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Antichrist
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The Final Enemy in the
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Church Reform and Antichrists Imminence 11001200
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The Papal Antichrist 12001335
143
Antichrist on the Eve of the Reformation 13351500 775
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Reformers Catholics and
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Antichrist in Decline 16601900
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Motes
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