He brought balance to the force by killing off the Jedi council and killing the Sith lord before dying without training a new apprentice.<quoted text>
Now why would you say that? Not very Christian-like, I must say. Anakin struggles with dark and light because of his lack of discipline and control over his emotions, things he can choose to overcome with time and practice. But that never happens. He chooses, and darkness destroys the good. Even after he goes to the dark side and becomes Darth Vader, he is still conflicted, and gives his own life to save his son, redeeming his soul at the very end of his life. Modern mythology, with funny little robots and cool light sabers.
I love Jesus and Mary Magdalene. And Jesus' uncle, Joseph of Arimathea. I don't believe in an antichrist character. That's been added to scare folks like you into blind obedience.
Of course he left twins behind so the saga can continue. Which will turn to the dark side? Luke or Leia? My money is on the Princess. She just seems like the type.