The Indwelling: The Beast Takes Possession Themes

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Antichrist

The references to evil can be seen in many places throughout "The Indwelling: The Beast Takes Possession" by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins. Mainly, evil refers to the actions of those who are against Christ, such as Carpathia, the Antichrist.

The concept of the Antichrist may be somewhat confusing in that some believe it is a person, others believe it is a group of people or a movement, still others see it as a set of principles to deny the existence of Jesus. The book is written in such a way that all of those beliefs can be held true. The Antichrist, the purest form of evil on the earth, is seen in Nicolae Carpathia, the Supreme Potentate of the United Nations, which is turned into the Global Community. Carpathia embodies the essence of the Antichrist in that he is willing to commit any act in order...

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