The Seat of the Antichrist

  • by Erika Grey
  • Narrated by Lia Frederick
  • 7 hrs and 15 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Seat of The Antichrist: Bible Prophecy and The European Union identifies the European Union as the final world empire and explains what the Scriptures predict about the end times including the meaning behind the mysterious figurative language used by the Prophets.
In addition, the listener discovers the relationship between the ancient prophetic writings, the European Union and today's current affairs. One third of the Bible is prophetic. The Bible's last book,The Revelation, predicts the events leading to the end of the world. It provides the details for the Tribulation, which occur during a seven year period of wars, plauges, earthquakes and calamities, which end in the battle of Armageddon.
Part of the earth's judgments happen through a dictator who rises to power from a powerful world empire forecasted by the Prophets. Evangelical Christians customarily refer to this leader as The Antichrist. The Seat of The Antichrist: Bible Prophecy and The European Union identifies the European Union as the final world empire and explains what the Scriptures predict about the end times including the meaning behind the mysterious figurative language used by the Prophets.
In addition, the listener discovers the relationship between the ancient prophetic writings, the European Union and today's current affairs. No audiobook dealing with Bible Prophecy provides such in-depth analysis and extensive research as The Seat of the Antichrist: Bible Prophecy and The European Union, which presents the listener with a gripping, riveting expose.

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excellent read

Where does The Seat of the Antichrist rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Very impressed. Ranks highly


What was one of the most memorable moments of The Seat of the Antichrist?

The thought he is going to work through the European Union. Totally unexpected. As I have read other books that disagree with this theory. Erika Grey put forward the best and most convincing argument.


Which character – as performed by Lia Frederick – was your favourite?

Jesus's love


Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Yes, as the book was so interesting I finished it in two days. Which is quick for me.


Any additional comments?

The author has researched this book thoroughly. Will obtain more books by this author.

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 17-01-2014
  • Publisher: Pedante Press