John Bunyan introduces a discussion of the Antichrist in his works (published in 1692).
Note that “the one Man of Sin” is comprised of many antichrists. Many who take exception to the 2nd London Baptist Confession in relation to the Pope being “that man of sin” do so because they view it as an over-committed or over-specific claim of eschatology. While not arguing that this snippit is the say-all/end-all in understanding that clause, at least take it into consideration as historical data among the Particular Baptist context showing the language of the “man of sin” being used more broadly and moderately than some might think.
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