The Gospel of the Antichrist

DVD Release: July 15, 1997
The Gospel of the Antichrist


Wireless internet, online newspapers, magazines, satellite radio, digital television… these forms of global communication are more powerful today than they have ever been. Are they the gateway to a new and enlightened existence for humanity? Or are they an ominous, consolidated voice that seems to champion popular causes while undermining traditional Christian faith?

Is this headlong charge into a world of high-tech communications really the gospel of the Antichrist? If so, what are the implications and consequence of this insidious deception?

Join Peter and Paul Lalonde as they probe and analyze these false prophets, stripping away the falsehoods and deceits that obscure the terrifying truth.

This informative video provides keen and perceptive insights into a movement that threatens the spiritual well-being of every Christian.

Dove Review

“The Gospel of the Antichrist” will open your eyes to what is happening in the world regarding beliefs such as New Age teachings, etc.

The documentary features created scenes symbolizing what is happenings in the world and how the world is being “set up” for the debut of the Antichrist. Also featured are comments by a number of news people; various Scripture passages are included such as sections from Genesis and Isaiah. Peter and Paul Lalonde share insights that are enlightening and interesting. We are delighted to award this film our “Faith-Friendly” Seal for ages 12+. Watch this illuminating documentary and stay informed!

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: Man running while on fire.
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: Man running while on fire.
Drugs: Man talks about using LSD, acid and drugs in the past.
Nudity: None
Other: Comments about evolution, the Illuminati, Mormonism and the New Age movement; hint that President Clinton is involved with New Age; people claim to be God in a movie clip.


Company: Cloud Ten Pictures
Writer: Peter Lalonde, Paul Lalonde, Pattie Lalonde, Andre van Heerden
Director: Andre van Heerden
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 60 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter