Introduced by Daniel (Dan 9:27), the Hebrew terms behind "abomination of desolation"
are in reference to a person who initially desecrates the Temple and makes it desolate of worshippers.
Jesus refers to this person in the future sense (Matt 24:15;
Mark 13:14) as well as Paul (2 Thes 2:3-12).
The apostle John presents the last ruler of the fourth Gentile empire as the Beast from the Sea with one of his seven heads with a
"fatal wound" that "healed." This spectacular figure of speech portrays a supernatural being worthy of worship
Satan gives this man a mouth to speak "arrogant words with blasphemies against God"
With Satan’s power and authority, the Antichrist is given 3-1/2 years to act, to make war and conquer the saints, to
rule every nation given to him, and to receive worship from around the world (Rev 13:5-8).
This period appears to be the last half of Daniel's 70th week prophecy (Dan 9:27).
However the title, the Antichrist, is never used throughout Revelation. Instead, that person is called simply the Beast
(Rev 13:3-4; 19:20).
The association of the abomination of desolation to "the Antichrist" comes from the apostle John's epistles. He defines "antichrist"
as one who deceives and denies God the Father and / or His Son Jesus Christ, and this can apply to anyone; however, the Antichrist
is applied to one individual who comes in "the last hour" (1 John 2:18-22;
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