It's Coming : The Antichrist 666
by William Josiah Sutton
Understanding the antichrist warning, May 19, 2000
Reviewer: adriana from Provo, Utah
This reference book is truly a missionary books for those who
still believe the Holy Bible is the word of God. Beware its coming
the Anti-christ 666 will not only show you the orgin of the number
666 but who is branded with it today. "I highly recomend
this book as well as Sutton's four other books." Continue
to click on William Josiah Sutton's other volumes.
What the Churches Have Forgotten, May 13, 2000
Reviewer: David G. Lee (see more about me) from Philadelphia,
Wil Sutton's book "Beware It's Coming, The Antichrist666"
is a much-needed corrective for the Christian churches today.
As the first title in a five-volume set, it lays the foundation
for the rest of the series. This is the same foundation that
the Protestant Reformation laid down nearly 500 years ago, which
itself developed in earlier centuries as many Christians in small
separatist churches, and many priests inside the Roman Catholic
Church, began to understand that the Papal Church itself was
the historical antichrist of Bible prophecy. This is what the
churches have forgotten in our day, and which their members must
understand, in order to be able to repent of all sin as God requires
and thus stand in the judgement before Jesus Christ at the end
of time. All of this is in marked contrast to what is being taught
today in eschatology, ecclesiology, and soteriology. Sutton shows
us how this sorry state of affairs came about.
Indeed, he has not only restated the Reformational truths
on the subject of the antichrist, but he has gone deeper in that
he has shown how the Devil has been weaving his web of lies about
God since the fall of our first parents in Eden. You will learn
how paganism entered Christianity, corrupting it, thus turning
it into the arch-enemy of Christ. If this sounds strong, it is
only because most people today do not understand how holy, perfect,
and righteous God is, and thus how He cannot and will not accept
any substitution of doctrines and practices for those found in
His Word, the Bible. Sutton even goes beyond all this and shows
the reader where all of this corruption is leading.
As the Director/ Speaker of the "Lift Up The Trumpet!"
radio-broadcast heard worldwide on WWCR 3.210 MHz shortwave,
I can say without hestitation that you need to carefully read
this book, comparing it with the Word of God, the Bible. Jesus
IS coming soon my friend, but before He does, Satan has an "overwhelming
surprise" for the whole world. To learn what this is, and
how to escape it, will be your salvation. "The Antichrist
666" will start you on your journey of understanding in
fine fashion and prepare you for volume two, "The New Age
Movement and The Illuminati 666"
Only As A Supplement, April 2, 2000
Reviewer: A reader from St. Ignace, Michigan
This book is okay, but I feel it is merely good as a supplement
to books that offer more down to earth, plain as day explanations
of 666. For example, there is an excellent book out there called
666 The Beast Revealed by Canyon Adams. I read that first actually,and
then this one. Had I not read Adams' book first, I would have
been either totally lost or totally fooled by this other book.
But because I read The Beast Revealed first, I was able to cut
through the ca-ca and see the information for what it is in this
other book: some true, some partially true, some false. My suggestion
is to read Adams' book first and then read this one.
Confusing and Far Stretching, June 25, 2001
Reviewer: Nedward Beatteys from DeShone, Iowa
I actually liked this book but found it somewhat inferior to
other books on the subject. This author points out the sad truth
that the churches are satanic, something I learned from an author
named Canyon Adams and didn't believe at first but researched
it myself and found it to be true. There is limitation of this
book, though, because...well, for example, this author talks
about how paganism slipped into Christianity but he has it a
little out of whack. What actually happened is that paganism
BECAME Christianity, and all the practicing high priests and
emperors of paganism and the Babylonian Mystery Religion simply
took the idol worship of paganism and repackaged it. And this
author misses the point about 666. It is not something we will
have on our hands and heads. It is the mark of the Roman Empire,
the beast dreadful and terrible, that will be in our hands (work)
and our heads (thoughts) as we follow the pagan calendar and
holy days set forth by the satanic church.
This author's book is fair. Period. There are better books on
this subject out there and available. Read those too.