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Interview With Jack Smith given on 05/21/2012

Here is the link to listen to Jack’s interview which aired live yesterday.  As you will hear, the information contained in Jack’s book is rare (even one of the interviewers was not familiar with the Islamic Paradigm) and must be shared with believers as well as non-believers.  His research is extensive and interpretation very detailed.  Enjoy!  Please note his interview starts at the 12:20 mark and at about the 16:30 mark Jack’s call is lost but he is connected back into the show very quickly.  The entire interview is about 45 minutes long. ShareFacebookPrintEmailPinterestTwitterLinkedInGoogleLike this:Like...

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Book review by J.W.Wartick

Book Review: “Islam: The Cloak of the Antichrist” by Jack Smith     Posted by J.W. Wartick ⋅ January 13, 2012 ⋅ 2 Comments Filed Under  antichrist, Bible prophecy, book reviews, books, Christianity, holy war, Islam, Islam the cloak of the antichrist, jihad, Muslim, Shariah Law, theism, theology, world religions Islam: The Cloak of the Antichrist is bound to be extremely controversial. The title alone is enough to set people off. Writing under the pseudonym of “Jack Smith,” the author’s main argument is that Islam matches the Biblical prophecies concerning the Antichrist. Smith starts the book by defining terms and outlining his method. “Antichrist has two meanings in the Bible. First, ‘antichrist’ is a demonic influence that may or may not be incarnate… Second, in the last days, ‘Antichrist’ is an incarnate satanic spirit possessing supernatural powers that will lead a false religion in its quest for dominion of the entire world (see Rev. 13:7-8, 11-18; 17:8, 11)” (XIII). Smith notes his argument is that “Islam’s prophesied ‘Mahdi’ will be interpreted as the Antichrist in the last days” (ibid.). As far as method goes, Smith notes the importance of reading many prophecies as apocalyptic literature–steeped in metaphor (XVII). “Bible prophecy,” writes Smith, “is like a giant jigsaw puzzle; except, there is no picture on the box. Each piece can only be confirmed to be the ‘right piece’ if it fits with...

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Link to Jack Smith’s Interview on 02/02/2012

Please click on the following link to access the interview with Jack Smith.  The program will begin momentarily, but if you move the timer to approximately 48:15, the interview with Jack will begin. This interview provides a window into the heart of Jack Smith, the author of Islam: the Cloak of Antichrist.  This interview is jam-packed with valuable information and will enhance your understanding  of the prophetic interpretations presented in his book!  Highlights include the following: Jack explains how he came to write the book, why Islam is the empire described in End Times Biblical prophecy as waging war with the Saints, the characteristics of the Anti-Christ and how these same characteristics are seen in the Islamic Mahdi, how he interprets Allah to be the First Beast of Revelation, why Jack holds to the Mid-Trib, Pre-Wrath view of the Great Tribulation, and much, much more! Jack’s final plea is for the REVIVAL of the Church.  My personal interpretation of Jack’s message is we must take a stand against the world when we hear the precious and powerful name of Jesus being stripped from every facet of our society.  The spirit of anti-christ is permeating our culture and unless we stand firm and rebuke the enemy, we are like the salt which has lost its usefulness…and is only good to be thrown out. (Luke 14:34-35) Brothers and sisters, we have been given explicit directions by God to...

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Reminder for Jack Smith Interview

Reminder: Join us tomorrow at 9am EST as Brother Ron Miller who hosts The Bible Breakfast Club speaks with Jack Smith author of Islam: The Cloak of Antichrist.  website: ShareFacebookPrintEmailPinterestTwitterLinkedInGoogleLike this:Like...

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Book Review by Mike Lee

The following is my review of WinePress Publishing’s new release, written by Jack Smith, “Islam: the Cloak of Antichrist”.   First, I feel an obligation to inform you that this book is a thick and slow read.  Although a heavy read, it’s not boring by any stretch of the imagination.  Be warned: Do not think you will simply skim through it if you hope to take anything away from it.  Instead, I would suggest having your Bible (and even a Qu’ran if you can get your hands on a free one) next to you for reference and cross-reference as you go.  This book was thoroughly researched and referenced.  Of it’s 350 pages, 50 pages consist of Smith’s bibliography. THEME: The basic premise of the book is this: Satan hides himself in his deceptions, never showing his face.  Instead of revealing his hand, he disguises himself as an angel of light.  He’s sneaky and he’s witty, but he also knows he’s defeated.  That’s why he must deceive and trick.  Islam, says Smith, is his cloak of deception; it’s his “religion of peace”.  Not true peace, but the kind of peace that only comes by submitting to Islam.  FORMAT: As far as the format goes, I absolutely appreciated the way Smith put the book together.  He begins with the basics of Islam, so even if the reader knows absolutely nothing about Islam, s/he will by the...

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