Under-medicated microphone moistener Glenn Beck and his frequent guest, author and WND contributing writer Joel Richardson have been busy documenting the similarities between the "bad guy" of the Bible, the Antichrist, and the "good guy" of the Quran, the Mahdi. Richardson contends they are, in fact, the same.
Richardson’s book The Islamic Antichrist, which for some reason (Richardson’s basement full of unsold books) is now available for only $4.95, details the similarities between the Antichrist and the “Islamic Jesus.”
"You have to look at this, really ask yourself, 'Wow, is this true?'" Beck said of Richardson’s theory.
Beck discusses the Islamic teachings that some Muslims like Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad believe – that they can speed the coming of the Madhi, their end-times savior, by creating chaos, from which they expect him to emerge.
Beck, applying such a belief to Christianity, suggested facetiously, "What do you say we go start slaughtering people so Jesus will come back?...