Rickey (19 Jan 2012)
""ONE OF""

Please read the following 2 example statements.
(Example 1)If a news reporter said, “one of the boats in the harbor sank”. The way he worded his statement implies that there was more than one boat in the harbor because he said “one of the boats”.   
(Example 2) Suppose a friend tells you “one of the trees on my property died”. The way he or she worded their statement, implies that there was more than one tree on the property.
Now I want to make my point. First, I do acknowledge that everyone makes grammatical errors all the time. But when someone says “one of”, that implies that there is or was more than one.
Now let us examine Revelation 13 verse 3 from the KJV. “And I saw one of his heads as if it were wounded to death; and his deadly wound was healed: and all the world marveled after the beast”.  
Notice it reads “one of his heads”. Unless the Antichrist has more than one head on his shoulders, this can not be talking about his physical body. We are reading the word of God where every single word is extremely specific and important to the verse.   
Many people (including ministers) teach that the Antichrist will receive a deadly wound to his head, possibly a gun shot or something, but then he miraculously recovers. Clearly that is not what this verse is saying!