The author has made some pretty good parallels in the book regarding the Christian view of Jesus and the Islamic view, but keep in mind that Islamic scripture and traditions are borrowed heavily from Judao/Christianity, thus the similarities would be obvious, even though it is opposite. Nice try though.
I have found this book to be an excellent source of information about the Antichrist. If you believe as I do that knowledge will be increased in the latter days, you will not be disappointed with this book. The references are solid and the views presented in this book are doctrinally sound. It is a must read for pre-millennial eschatology teachers.
Joel Richardson hit to ball out of the park with this one. I've read it twice, and referred to it several times. I've studied eschatology for over 35 years and always came away with unanswered questions. This book has answered almost all my questions. Well written, well presented and highly informative. His next book "The Mid-East Beast: The Scriptural Case for an Islamic Antichrist" will be a great study reference also. It will be out next summer(2012). This guy is a can't miss author.
This is one of those books that after you read it you want to share it with others. I originally had a hard time finding a print copy of the book so I purchased an e-book copy. After reading it I found and purchased a print copy just for the purpose of sharing it. I am now purchasing another copy to give to my Pastor.
This book will give you a whole new perspective on current world events and you will look at Bibical prophecy in a whole new way. You will not be sorry you purchased this book.