I have included some meanings in order for people to know the difference.
Skep·tic [sképtik](plural skep·tics) or scep·tic [sképtik] (plural scep·tics) noun 1. somebody who doubts something is true: a doubter of accepted beliefs 2. somebody who doubts religious teachings: a doubter of religious doctrines and principles 3. philosophy Another spelling of Skeptic [Early 17th century. < Skeptic ]
An·ti·christ [ántee krst, ántī krst](plural An·ti·christs) noun 1. antagonist of Jesus Christ: an antagonist of Jesus Christ, expected by the early Christians to spread evil throughout the world, but then to be overcome by the second coming of Christ 2. an·ti·christ (plural an·ti·christs) opponent of Jesus Christ: a person or power opposed to Jesus Christ [Pre-12th century. Via ecclesiastical Latin <>
Now tell me, is being a skeptic the same as being an anti-Christ?!
I am not an Anti-Christ!