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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
on 6 March 2013
Petrus Romanus is a substantial read. Obviously the book was “inspired” by the ancient Irish prophecy which listed all the Popes that were to come after the prophecy was given. The authors are modest in their assessment of this prophecy and do not claim at any point that it is divinely inspired. However, whether it is divinely inspired or not the authors provide considerable historical support for the outworking of the prophecy, particularly in more recent history.

But the book is not just about the prophecy. There are many chapters regarding the occult nature of both the ecclesiastical establishment in Rome and the political establishment in Washington. The USA and Washington in particular, were founded by high level Freemasons. The pagan layout of Washington parallels the layout of St. Peter’s Square in Rome.

The authors presumably conclude that this parallel points to the fact that the last Pope (if that is what we are to expect) and the (presumably) last President may be “cahoots”. It is tempting to identify them as the False Prophet of Revelation (Petrus Romanus) and the Antichrist himself (presumably the political leader of the “free” world).

What the authors do not address is the role of Islam. However, this reviewer is of the opinion that Islam will cease to have much influence in the actual “last days”. Also the authors assume it will be the USA that is “the” superpower when these events take place.

Only time will tell. It is interesting to be writing this review when the Cardinals are gathering in Rome to elect the next Pope. All will be revealed!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 31 October 2013
if you are interested in this subject then its completely worth the money and a read. Didn't keep me riveted though I picked it up and put it down read another book and went back to it again. Almost finished but not like me to take so long to read a book of this nature. Don't know why as writing style very readable perhaps I just not caring about the pope being false prophet or not anymore.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 19 April 2013
A Catholic priest named St. Malachy received a vision in 1139 A.D. What this priest saw was a vision of future events. Tying into what we know as the book of Revelations, he witnessed the destruction of the Roman Catholic church, as well as the list of popes that will lead to the one known as the "false prophet." Taken more from a Catholic perspective then a Protestant one, this is a hefty book that documents the legitimacy of this prophecy.

When it comes to subjects like this, you will always find deniers. Time will only tell what will pan out to be true or not but until the entire story unfolds, there are things to consider. In early 2012, the author predicted that Benedict XVI would soon abdicate for health reasons, paving the way for a new Pope. In addition, 2015 happens to be a date that is speculated as to the reveal of the true nature of the new Pope.

The interesting thing about 2015, those familiar with the author of The Harbinger (Pastor Jonathan Cahn), has said that he feels that the shemitah will once again appear in the fall of 2015 if the warnings have not been heeded. This was shared by a friend that actually attends Pastor Jonathan Cahn's church but it's not in any of the Harbinger material.

Furthermore, if you take a look at conditions in a non-religious perspective and you examine the following books: Spychips: How Major Corporations and Government Plan to Track Your Every Move with RFID,The Invisible Crime: Illegal Microchip Implants and Microwave Technology and Their Use Against Humanity,BEHIND THE GREEN MASK: UN Agenda 21,Here Come the Black Helicopters!: UN Global Domination and the Loss of Freedom (Unabridged) &The Israel Omen....they all situates us perfectly for the environment depicted in the book of Revelations. Regardless if the dates are off or the people, in the end the clock is ticking and for those watching are aware that these things will happen sooner opposed to later.

Additional material that relates to this issue that should be added to ones library is: Vatican,The Jesuits &A Woman Rides the Beast: The Roman Catholic Church and the Last Days.
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on 10 February 2014
The book is interesting in its observations and an eye opener.
However the book gets caught up in the 2012 end times. As that's passed and the Bible clearly states only the Lord knows when he will return much stated does not appear to have happened.

I certainly would suggest researching the references for your own benefit and independent research as to statements of the papacy. It is rather interesting.

Beware this is not light reading and is heavy going.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on 20 November 2012
I actually thought this book historically was very well researched and very well written. As a Roman Catholic who is non-practicing that has very many issues with this church I thought it gave a very balanced view from all sides. As to whether any of the prophecies turn out to be true we can only wait and see but it is still a very enjoyable read indeed. I had already read a great deal about the history of the Catholic church so it was nice to see that this book was very factual. Personally if you have an interest in this subject matter it is certainly one of the better books around to to buy.
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on 18 June 2014
Wow! If this book does not open your eyes unto how corrupt the RCC is, nothing ever will. Their scheming is not what Our Lord left and if He were to come back today, He would certainly not recognise them as Christians, never mind born again Christians. The Roman Churches antics are more akin to the mafia, than anything else.

And yes I do believe the current pope is the false prophecy of the Revelation of JESUS CHRIST dictated to the Apostle John.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 26 April 2013
Phenomenal investigative research exposing the secret works of darkness in the highest places - from Catholic occultic collaboration to Presidential underwriting of Masonic-Illuminati schemes. One's world-view cannot be the same again. Biblical perspectives on the end-times are reinforced by the shocking evidence uncovered. It may be late in the day but it's not too late to learn and reorganize our priorities for the future - short though it may be.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on 6 December 2012
This is a well written, well documented book concerning prophecy and the Roman Catholic Church. The authors consider a remarkable convergence of prophecy - such as that of St. Malachy in the 12th Century and 'historicist' Christian writers of the 19th Century (not to mention Mayan prophecies of the end of the world!) - that point to 2012 as a potentially explosive year for the Papacy. If St. Malachy's prophecy proves correct, the next Pope after Benedict will be the last Pope.

One thing for sure is that we're now fast approaching the end of 2012. Thankfully, the authors aren't in the sensationalist camp - and emphasize throughout the book that the prophecy may or may not prove true. What they seem more concerned to accomplish is a biblical analysis of Roman Catholicism. The chapter most instructive for me personally was titled, "Priestcraft, Sacraments, and Sorcery". After reading that, it was very hard *not* to see elements of both paganism and the occult in various practices of the R.C. Church.

The authors also document extensively just how many Protestant-evangelical beliefs have been 'anathematized' by Rome. It has never been shy in pronouncing 'curses' on believers who have rejected certain dogmas - using them as a fear mechanism to exercise 'thought control' on ordinary Catholics, who are thereby prevented from thinking biblically for themselves.

My one quibble is with elements of the authors' very own Protestant prejudice that creeps into the book. Two examples will suffice:

1) Justification by faith alone. They emphasize Ephesians 2:8-9 as the "primary proof text for the famous reformation doctrine Sola Fide which is supported by a preponderance of the biblical data" (page 315). They then go on to list five verses from Romans and one from Titus; and assert (with R.C. Sproul) that sola fide is the "very essence of the gospel". There's only one problem here: the only time that "faith alone" (sola fide) is mentioned in Scripture is in James 2:24, which reads:

"You see that a person is justified by works and not by faith alone."

Oh boy. So who's being biblical here? And why don't the authors deal with this verse? (In my experience, James 2:24 either gets ignored or 'fudged' by Protestant evangelicals. At least one can say that Martin Luther was honest in realizing the import of James - and thereby pronouncing it an epistle of straw, even going so far as to question its canonicity!) It simply will not do to overlook James in a discussion of justification by faith alone.

2) On page 317 the authors take issue with the Catechism of the Catholic Church, when it speaks of the Word becoming flesh to make us "partakers of the divine nature". They claim that this "echoes the serpent's lie in no uncertain terms", yet make no mention of the fact that the Cathechism is mere reflecting on 2 Peter 1:4, which reads:

"...that through these you may be partakers of the divine nature."

If you're going to have a pop at the Roman Catholic Church, be sure to first demonstrate a biblical basis for doing so - I say this as a fellow evangelical.

As for St. Malachy's prophecy of "Petrus Romanus", time will (shortly) tell...
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 8 November 2013
I wasn't sure what to expect from this book, however I was amazed at the amount of research the authors have obviously had to make to reach their conclusions. It has certainly opened my eyes to the goings on within the Roman Catholic church and explained a lot of things I have always been curious about.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on 20 May 2013
I would recommend the book to everybody who wants to be informed about the influence the Catholic system had on human history and Christendom! This institution is guilty for the spiritual and physical death of millions of people, since Constantine defiled the pure Gospel as it was preached up to approximately 300 AD! This system is guilty of unbiblical, doctrinal, manipulation of precious masses of people, who follow them blindly, because the TRUTH of the Gospel is purposely withheld from them!

THOSE who followed the truth of the Bible were massacred by them and they have NEVER repented about what they did!

It is also informative for those who are interested in the END TIMES!
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