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(Christianity) the adversary of Christ (or Christianity) mentioned in the New Testament

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62) The Just Censure and Reproof of Martin Junior, printed in July 1589, opened with the remarks admonishing Martin Junior that "the men of sin themselves, I mean the Canterbury Caiaphas, with the rest of his antichristian beasts, who bear his abominable mark, were content in a manner to turn his purposes from a serious matter to a point of jesting, wherewith they would have only rimers and stage-players (that is, plain rogues, as thou hast well noted) to deal.
7) John Parker traces such links between spiritual and commercial returns in The Aesthetics of Antichrist, especially in his chapter "Blood Money: Antichristian Economics and the Drama of the Sacraments" (87-138).
Larrivee's project illustrates another truth of the times, which is that while the preponderance of antiChristian violence may stem from Islamic radicalism, that's far from the only source.
The patient considers that it is not fair that this destiny is applied to him/her while other members of society (often people with antisocial or antichristian behavior) are healthy.
Ten months on, the revolutionary fervour that had Muslim and Christian leaders sharing the podium in Cairo's Tahrir Square is fading: imams broadcast antiChristian sermons, Copts view Muslim neighbours warily and petty disputes quickly escalate into bloody sectarian clashes.
For the Christian church was at that time transformed into the antichristian church.
It would not be an exaggeration to say that Nietzsche became a pop-cultural figure by the early 20th century, though as much for his perceived antiChristian and elitist ideas as for his subtler perspectivism.
While adulating adultery, the Provencal poets took a revolutionary and antichristian stand on the ground that marriage presupposes carnal possession which is detrimental to the spiritual growth and elevation of the lover-initiate.
Antichristian "carnivals" were organized in place of the most important religious celebrations of the year.
The born-again Christian sects in the United States condemn antichristian laws.
Coornhert, who had been Secretary of the States of Holland and West Friesland (provincial parliament), formally confronted two Reformed ministers to oppose the Calvinist doctrine that to protect society from antichristian influences heretics should be killed, naming it tyrannical to enforce opinions against conscience.
16) The location of the author in this cultural context is closely connected to the assumption that the Historia Augusta shows a pro-senatorial and/or antiChristian tendency, (17) although a successful demonstration that the collection at large, not just isolated passages in it, is characterized by such political and/or religious bias is still lacking.
Marlowe's antichristian drama merely manifests the implicit antichristianity of Christianity itself, which is a religion, Parker claims, that cannot exist without its opposite and therefore depends on it.
The two great works of the devil which he in this space of time wrought against the kingdom of Christ, are his creating his Antichristian and Mahometan kingdoms, which have been, and still are, two kingdoms, of great extent and strength, both together swallowing up the ancient Roman empire; the kingdom of Antichrist swallowing up the Western empire, and Satan's Mahometan kingdom the Eastern empire" (p.
It is possible with much study to trace the origins and developments of many such movements: The early antiChristian mysticism of the Gnostics; the conspiracy against orthodox Islam founded by Hasan Saba in Persia in 1090 AD as the Order of the Assassins; the apostate Order of the Knights Templar, whose heretical leaders imitated the Assassins' system for the destruction of Christianity.