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Darby/Scofield's "coming in flesh" Christ is Antichrist

The King James Bible tells us that "Jesus Christ is come in the flesh":

For many deceivers are entered into the world, who confess not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh. This is a deceiver and an antichrist. 2 John 1:7 KJV

The John Darby Version says "Jesus Christ coming in flesh":

For many deceivers have gone out into the world, they who do not confess Jesus Christ coming in flesh--this is the deceiver and the antichrist. 2 John 1:7 John Darby Version

Cyrus Scofield's marginal-note-altered KJV says "Jesus Christ coming in flesh":

For many deceivers are hentered into the iworld, who confess not jthat Jesus Christ is come in the flesh. This is ka deceiver and kan antichrist. 2 John 1:7 (Scofield's "Jesus Christ coming in flesh" marginal note)

Jesus Christ of the King James Bible: is come in the flesh (present tense)

Jesus Christ of the John Darby Version: coming in flesh (future tense)

Jesus Christ of 1917 Scofield Study Bible: coming in flesh (future tense)

The King James Bible does not refer to the same "Jesus Christ" as John Darby and Cyrus Scofield referred to because the Christ of the KJV is come in the flesh (present tense) and Darby and Scofield's Christ (is) coming in flesh (future tense).

Take the Darby/Scofield Test: Are you the Deceiver and the Antichrist?

According to the King James Version, a deceiver and an antichrist confess not that "Jesus Christ is come in the flesh."

According to Cyrus Scofield's 1917 marginal-note-altered KJV, a deceiver and an antichrist confess not "Jesus Christ coming in flesh."

According to the John Darby Version: the deceiver and the antichrist do not confess Jesus Christ coming in flesh.

Christians who believe the KJV is the word of God in English fail the test of 2 John 1:7 as translated by John Darby and Cyrus Scofield:

King James Version readers who have not respect of persons in judgment do not confess Darby and Scofield's Christ (who is) "coming in flesh." Rather, we confess that "Jesus Christ is come in the flesh."

The Darby Version and Scofield's Study Bible (as well virtually all modern versions) condemn as deceivers and antichrists those who refuse to confess that Jesus Christ is yet to come in the flesh. Indeed, those who hold fast to Jesus Christ as revealed in the Authorized Version without marginal notes that recommend corrupt text alterations shall be denounced as antichrists when the One World Religion/Government gains full control. The only confession of "Christ" that the one world church/global interfaith movement approves is the one Darby marked his Version with—the one who is coming in the flesh as a teacher (rather than the Master) and goes by the New Age title, "the Christ" rather than Christ. This "coming in flesh" Christ is the New Age World Teacher.

CLOSING COMMENTS: Some may object to my assertion that Darby and Scofield's (and other modern versions') "Christ" of 2 John 1:7 is actually a thinly veiled reference to Antichrist but sadly, this is definitely the case. 2 John 1:7 refers to the first advent of Jesus Christ, not his Second Coming.

Jesus Christ is come in the flesh and he will come again and "shall change our vile body, that it may be fashioned like unto his glorious body." (See Philippians 3:21)

related information: (chart) John Darby's Christ Compared to Alice Bailey's Christ

 

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