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The Historical King Arthur and the Future Antichrist

Contact: Abigail Davidson, Publicist, WinePress Group, 360-802-9758, abigail@winepressgroup.com

ENUMCLAW, Wash., Jan. 18 /Christian Newswire/ -- Confused by astonishing ideas regarding the genealogy of Christ offered in books such as "Holy Blood, Holy Grail" and "The Da Vinci Code"? Robert Fruehling offers a rebuttal to these popular books as well as a controversial take on the writings of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien in his new book, "The Revelation of King Arthur."

Based on the myth of the tomb guards' account of the death of Christ, the legend of the Holy Grail and subsequent stories of King Arthur, Merlin, and the Knights of the Round Table have persisted for centuries. Notable authors have even written Arthur into the genealogy of Christ. However, when comparing these legends to the distinct markers given in the Bible identifying the Antichrist, Fruehling states that there is no doubt that a revived version of King Arthur will emerge to take on this role.

Following sixteen years in industry Robert Fruehling received degrees from Mount Vernon Nazarene University and Ashland Theological Seminary. He is ordained and has served in both The Church of the Nazarene and The United Methodist Church. His interest in Arthurian lore began in 1995. Since then, through research and connecting the dots of history, myth, and scripture, the picture and motif of an historical King Arthur has emerged. It is his belief that the legend of Arthur will be used in a grand deception. It is his hope that his book "The Revelation of King Arthur: Deceit, Intrigue, and the Guards' Account," will give warning as we face the "Last Days."

For more information, to request a review copy of "The Revelation of King Arthur" or to schedule an interview, please contact Abigail Davidson by phone at 360-802-9758, by email at abigail@winepressgroup.com, or by fax at 360-802-9992. To purchase a copy of this book visit www.winepressbooks.com or call 877-421-7323.