The Last Religion 2 DVD

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The Last Religion 2: Alien, Imam, Or A.I. ANTICHRIST

There is a controversy in the Body of Christ, as to who (or what) the Antichrist is predicted to be. Will he come from Europe, or the Middle East, will he be the Pope or will he even be a human?

Prophecy experts discuss the different scenarios, citing Scriptures and different perspectives and interpretations. Jesus predicted there will be a coming Great Deception that will deceive everyone on earth, even, if possible, the very elect! What could this coming deception be?

Presented by the late Caryl Matrisciana and featuring interviews with: Dr. Chuck Missler, Hal Lindsey, John Loeffler, Gary Stearman, Dr. Tom Horn, Frank Peretti, Paul McGuire, L.A. Marzulli, Dr. David Breese, Tim LaHaye and Joel Richardson.

Featuring interviews from esteemed prophecy experts and theologians from current day and times past. Recently rediscovered interviews contained in this film were shot nearly 30 years ago and  portions of them have never been seen before! The predictions that were made are even more relevant today than when they were first filmed!

Discover how current trends have been predicted in the Ancient Biblical Prophetic Narrative and what many expect will happen leading up to the End Times. The climax of human history has been predicted to follow very specific signs. This film unearths mysterious prophecies that speak of current and future technologies that many believe will ultimately enslave the entire world!

This exciting documentary-style presentation will definitely keep you interested and on the edge of your seat!

  • What is the “Mark of the Beast”?
  • Did giant “gods” live among humans, and will they return?
  • Are scientists using technology to communicate with aliens and open
    demonic portals?
  • Will Islam ultimately rule the world?
  • Could the next Pope be a non-human?
  • Will we be ruled by Artificial Intelligence, or a non-physical super being?

Approximate Run-time: 1 1/2 hours

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