A little about Pope John Paul II
--An anti-Christ is one who presents himself as a faithful Christian while at the same time acting in opposition to the true teachings of Jesus. One who acts according to the goals of Satan.
The belief is growing that "Karol Wojtyla" - AKA: Pope John Paul II is an antiChrist. Many in the Catholic faith believed when he became pope that he would resolve many of the internal problems of the Church. The reverse has been true. Discipline in the Church has declined to such a degree that priests, bishops, and cardinals are openly participating in or permitting opposition to matters of doctrine concerning faith and morals without the perpetrators having fear of being disciplined. "Many deceivers have gone out into the world, those who do not acknowledge Jesus Christ as coming in the flesh; 1 such is the deceitful one and the antichrist. Look to yourselves that you do not lose what we worked for but may receive a full recompense. Anyone who is so "progressive" as not to remain in the teaching of the Christ does not have God; whoever remains in the teaching has the Father and the Son. If anyone comes to you and does not bring this doctrine, do not receive him in your house or even greet him; for whoever greets him shares in his evil works." [2 John 1:7-11] Pope John Paul II by kissing the Koran (Muslim holy book containing antiCatholic doctrine)
and joining in prayer with Mohammedans – who do not believe in the most holy trinity or in the divinity of Jesus – and with Hindus, Buddhists and various pagan sects is in essence saying that the God traditionally believed in by Catholics was not incarnate and in effect is no different than any other belief in a god or gods. The effect is at least a variant of the belief condemned by two popes and by Vatican Council I called "pantheism" ( 1. a doctrine that equates God with the forces and laws of the universe;
2. the worship of all gods of different creeds, cults, or peoples indifferently;
also: toleration of worship of all gods. – Webster's Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary).
The statement, "coming in the flesh," clearly acknowledges a prior existence. By recognizing any sort of religious equality with those who deny the incarnation and who deny the divine nature of Jesus is to commit heresy. This is the embodiment of a new heresy called "Ecumenism" – The JPII heresy. His acts can be seen as being no less than malfeasance in office.