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Marj5 Stars Out Of 5May 26, 2008MarjI've read the book a couple times, plus reviewed the movie. Coming from the RC background, I can see and fully understand how very true this is. As I watch what's happening today with the RC church wanting to bring all religions together including Hindu, Islam, Buddhist, Jaines, and liberal churches, I am more certain than ever that this "church" will be involved in the end times scenario.
Ramon Duchenne5 Stars Out Of 5April 18, 2008Ramon DuchenneIt's a very good book.Many Catholics can know the truth by reading it and can become faithful Christian and can be saved.The author is well versed in this subject.So many Catholics do not really know the teaching of their religion;they don't know if there are errors and deceptions in it.By reading it they will be convinced that they cannot still trust in the Roman Catholic religion.I recommend the Catholics to make it a must to read it.
Celia5 Stars Out Of 5September 4, 2007CeliaIt is, without a doubt, a compelling must-read for all who are true Christians with a Christ-centered focus and a desire to know Him, His Word & seek the blessing of knowing & understanding end-time prophecy - to include Catholic & Protestant alike. God alone knows who are His and one day the wheat will be separated from the tares. This book is NOT about bashing Catholics as individuals - but rather about the role the Catholic Church will play in the end times. It is about the true history of the Roman Church. It is about times to come. If you find that pride & emotion are intermixed with what you're reading, please stop and pray God lead you through them. Ultimately, it's about the Truth. In the end, that's all there is.
Blake5 Stars Out Of 5July 19, 2007BlakeHaven't finished it yet but Dave Hunt has confirmed what I have always suspected. The woman on the beast is in-fact the Catholic Church. The Catholic Church throughout it's history has fit the description of this woman to a "T"..even down to the colors that represent it. I'm in shock at the great detail of Johns vision and the parallels to the Catholic Church. Anyone who is Catholic may disagree with the author about the nature of the woman but if they look at the facts objectively they have to admit that the odds are stacked against them. My only complaint with the book is that I've felt like I've been sitting through a 3 hour lecture on Catholic Church history..but when one looks at the whole picture they realize it's absolutely necessary to understand the Church's history in relation to this prophecy.
Catherine Heathcote5 Stars Out Of 5April 14, 2007Catherine HeathcoteRemember that John was ordered to write down these words not necessarily for the people of his own time, nor any time of which could be revealed in this text of Revelation.It was written so that future generations who will have discernment and understanding may interpret Revelation correctly. (Blessed are those who have seen and believe; but even more so those who have not seen and yet believe). An excellent book with superb research and a fine understanding of prophetic material.