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Head Of The Russian Church Warns That Smartphones Are Paving Way For The Antichrist Reader 01/10/2019 (Thu) 08:40:30 Id: 92cfd3 [Preview] No. 13640

The leader of the Russian Orthodox Church has warned that dependence on smartphones and modern technology could bring about the coming of the Antichrist.

The Russian Orthodox patriarch has warned that the popularity of smartphones is paving the way for the coming of the Antichrist.

Speaking to Russian state TV Patriarch Kirill warned that the widespread use of gadgets connected to the Internet has opened the possibility for “universal control over humanity”. He said that”such control from one place forebodes the coming of the Antichrist…The Antichrist is the person that will be at the head of the world wide web controlling all of humanity. That means that the structure itself poses a danger. There shouldn’t be a single centre, at least not in the foreseeable future, if we don’t want to bring on the apocalypse.”

The Telegraph reports: https://archive.fo/D6mzl

The patriarch maintained he wasn’t categorically against gadgets, but warned that people should be careful not to “fall into slavery to what’s in your hands”.

“You should remain free inside and not fall under any addiction, not to alcohol, not to narcotics, not to gadgets,” he said.

The Russian Orthodox church has been trying to attract young believers, in part through the web. At a press conference featuring B-movie action star Steven Seagal in October, church officials announced they would create a council for youth affairs with a strong digital presence.

But its leader, an outspoken opponent of feminism and gay rights, has remained suspicious of the Internet, which he previously criticised as the “enslavement of consciousness and volition” and a “marketplace of human vanity”.

Twitter users mostly laughed off Patriarch Kirill’s latest warning.

“Well, they’ll ban international Internet in Russia so the ‘Antichrist doesn’t come through it,’ but where’s the guarantee that he won’t come through Gundyayev’s Breguet watch?” wrote one, referring to the patriarch by his surname.


Reader 01/10/2019 (Thu) 18:01:11 Id: 35bece [Preview] No.13647 del
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I have no idea who the antichrist would be, but I already know the mark of the beast.

Reader 01/11/2019 (Fri) 19:29:22 Id: 223b59 [Preview] No.13655 del

i use a 'dump' phone
and i liek the NT

Reader 01/11/2019 (Fri) 19:33:36 Id: 223b59 [Preview] No.13656 del
>news reporters quoting social media

Reader 01/12/2019 (Sat) 07:58:13 Id: b778b5 [Preview] No.13665 del
Well WWW translated into hebrew is 666.

The antichrist is also described as an atheist jew, so keep a look out for those in positions of power.

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