‘Decoding the Antichrist’ Releases Tomorrow! Author Mark Biltz: It Is No Longer Difficult to Imagine an Artificial Intelligence Antichrist

***News Release***

 

‘Decoding the Antichrist’ Releases Tomorrow! Author Mark Biltz: It Is No Longer Difficult to Imagine an Artificial Intelligence Antichrist

Writer of New Book ‘Decoding the Antichrist and the End Times’ Reveals the Antichrist as an Imposter of the Real Messiah

TACOMA, Wash.—China is using DNA to track its people. Virtual home assistants could soon call the police on homeowners for breaking the law. And an AI version of the Buddhist deity has been created to preach in a Japanese temple.

These are all real news reports from reputable media outlets, and author and pastor Mark Biltz says this is just the tip of the iceberg in how artificial intelligence will figure into the end times.

Biltz is the author of the new book, Decoding the Antichrist and the End Times: What the Bible Says and What the Future Holds,” released tomorrow, March 5, by Charisma House.

“Over the past few centuries many have postulated who the Antichrist might be—speculating whether he would be a Muslim, a Jew, or a Catholic Christian—but few people have ever wondered what he might be!” Biltz says. “In this age of artificial intelligence, some are wondering if the Antichrist might be some kind of super-intelligent hybrid human cyborg that will want to be worshipped. Top experts are warning us of the malicious use of artificial intelligence.

“Seeing no longer means believing,” Biltz added. “With modern software, anyone can change a selfie picture that you took and not only literally put words in your mouth but also move your mouth as well, making others think you were actually speaking those words!”

AI surveillance has become very advanced, Biltz says. Just google “China surveillance state” as proof to read about the hundreds of millions of AI cameras that can catch a suspect within minutes.

“China combines this surveillance with analysis of its citizens’ social media habits and online shopping purchases to determine which citizens’ lifestyles are deemed to be more wholesome,” according to Biltz. “People in China are given a social credit score based on everything from what they post online to how quickly they pay their taxes and how they cross the street.

“Citizens with a low rating are blacklisted, meaning they are unable to book flights or purchase train tickets, they are prevented from renting or buying property, and their children can’t attend private schools,” he continues. “People with higher scores are given perks such as jumping the line for health care, receiving discounted energy bills, obtaining lower interest rates, and skipping deposits on apartments. Millions of China’s 1.4 billion citizens have already been given these social credit scores, and the list is expanding; their goal is to be nationwide by 2020.”

But what does this mean for Americans—and especially American Christians?

“Imagine when every country adopts this type of policy,” Biltz says. “If the Christian lifestyle is deemed unwholesome and you get blacklisted, you won’t even be able to access the internet or buy food. Those who control the data will control all of human life. The computing power, along with algorithms and biological research, will be available, so they will know you even more than you know yourself. There could be huge ramifications for people who want their private life kept private.”

Enter the Antichrist, Biltz says. It’s no longer difficult to imagine the Antichrist as some kind of hybrid human cyborg able to project himself all over the world at one time as a hologram that demands to be worshipped.

“When it comes to truly decoding the Antichrist, we need to realize that the discovery of who or what the Antichrist will be is not nearly as important as understanding why, the motivating purpose behind why he has come at this time,” he says. “We need to understand the motivation behind his actions.

“I believe that as the children of God we need to be wise and have discernment,” he concludes. “The serpent in the garden was very deceptive in questioning what God said. The Bible says Satan and his ministers come as angels of light; they don’t come with horns and pitchforks. I believe we are truly entering the final chapter on this world’s stage, and the curtain will soon be coming down or rolled away. I am not claiming to know how many pages are left in God’s script, but those who have eyes to see and ears to hear what the Spirit of God is saying know it is time to start packing your bags, spiritually speaking.”

“Decoding the Antichrist and the End Times,” which will be released March 5, takes an in-depth look at some of the deepest questions surrounding the Antichrist, such as the following:

  • What does the Bible say about the Antichrist’s tactics and his motivation?
  • Will he be a Muslim, a Jew or a professed Christian—or something else?
  • Will the Antichrist work through modern technology to seize control?

Mark Biltz is founder of El Shaddai Ministries and a well-known and popular commentator on the feasts of the Lord. In fact, he has produced a series of DVDs on the feasts that have gone around the world. Biltz is also the author of “Blood Moons” and “God’s Day Timer.” His research and theories have led to guest appearances on both radio and television as well as being featured on the covers of magazines.

“Decoding the Antichrist and the End Times” is published by Charisma House, which has published books that challenge, encourage, teach and equip Christians, including 14 New York Times bestsellers.

###