Hagee believes that the Antichrist
will be fatally wounded by describing how "one of its heads seemed to have
received a death blow" (Rev.13:3). With this death blow the AntiChrist
will fall to Hades. In Hell, the Antichrist will make a deal with
Satan who in turn will send him back to earth. The Antichrist will
be miraculously healed in front of the whole world who watch in awe, thus
increasing his hold over all the nations.
In this area Hagee fails to see
the historical background of this passage in Revelation. A more analytical
interpretation shows that the author of Revelation was referring to Emperor
Nero who committed suicide in 68 C.E. It was a wide spread belief that
Nero would return from the dead. It is obvious that Hagee totally disregards
the historical circumstances in which this passage was written for.
Beginning of the End (160-170)
Final Dawn Over Jerusalem (158)