Petrus Romanus: The Final Pope Is Here Paperback – Apr 9 2012
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Thomas Horn is an internationally recognized lecturer, radio host and best selling author of several books including his two newest books, Forbidden Gates and Apollyon Rising 2012. Cris D. Putnam is a dedicated student of Bible prophecy and a tireless researcher. He first earned a B.S. degree with honors in Mathematics and Religion. After working in the IT field, he earned a M.A. in Theological Studies in order to pursue ministry. He is a member of the International Society of Christian Apologetics and the Evangelical Philosophical Society.
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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 his post 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 this new Pope.
The interesting thing about 2015, those familiar with the author of Harbinger, The (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.
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When this reviewer states "the 266th pope is not Peter the Roman but Francis the 1st from Argentina", he clearly shows a lack of understanding of the St. Malachy prophecies. Malachy used a short phrase in Latin to describe each Pope, beginning with Celestine II and “From a castle on the Tiber.” That Pope’s birth name was Guido di Castello. More recently, he described Pope John Paul I with the phrase: “From the midst of the moon.” His reign, which began in 1978, began with the moon half full and lasted only one month — or one moon. He was followed by Pope John Paul II by the Latin expression “Laboris Solis” — or translated “From the labor of the sun” — an expression meaning a solar eclipse. As it turned out, John Paul II was the only known pope to be born on the day of a solar eclipse — and he was buried on the day of a solar eclipse. For the next Pope, Benedict XVI, St. Malachy wrote: “Glory of the olive.” Before the Pope was selected, some suggested a Benedictine would be elected because the order is sometimes referred to as the Olivetans, whose name ultimately derives from the Mount of Olives in the New Testament. A Benedictine was not selected. However, upon his election as pontiff, Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger chose the name Benedict after St. Benedict of Nursia, founder of the Benedictine Order.
So the fact that the new Pope is named Francis the 1st from Argentina means nothing.
Read the book and decide for yourself.
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Not a bad read except for the never-ending typos and grammatical errors. If you can overlook those, as well as the totally overused word 'presently', then you might enjoy this... Read morePublished 8 months ago by John R.
Book ordered 10/14/2014, not received until 11/18/20014 far beyond expected date. I appreciate finally receiving the order however, not overly impressed with the overall... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Lorne D. Blahut
I found this book to be very deep reading for the average person. I did not finish it
I hope if they write anymore they will gear it down for the average person. Read more
An up to date accurate account of the battle that took place in the Vatican between the Jesuits and the Pope.
The Jesuits obviously won.
I'm quite interested in end-time prophecy and have believed for many years that the Pope will play a major role in bringing the three major religions, Jews, Muslims and Christians... Read morePublished on April 5 2013 by Don R. Rogers