WEFOUNDRome in Many Lands, 1903: A Survey of the Roman Catholic Church With an Account of Some Modern Roman Developments (Classic Reprint)


Prophecy of Israel's Future

  • The People . Israel will be separated from the Christian church then reunited at the end of time when they recognize the Messiah. After they are gathered back to their land, the nations of the world will try to destroy them. During this conflict, they recognize the Messiah whom they pierced, and after repenting they will become a great light to the whole world.
  • Jerusalem . The land will be divided and the issue of its fate will ruin many nations (Zechariah 12: 1-9).

200 years later, Babylon was still a populous city, but by the third century AD, the historian Dio Cassius described a visitor to Babylon as finding ... nothing but mounds and stones and ruins. (LXVIII, 30).

» Death . Cyrus died around December 530 BC and was succeeded by his son Cambyses II, who immediately killed his brother Smerdis (Bardiya). He then went to the eastern front and captured Egypt just before he died in 522 BC. He was succeeded by an imposter, Gaumata, calling himself Smerdis. After only seven months he was killed by Darius the Great, the grandson of Arsames.

In historiography, ancient Rome is Roman civilization from the founding of the city of Rome in the 8th century BC to the collapse of the Western Roman Empire in the ...

The Lord shows Daniel many years prior that after the fall of the pagan kindgom of Rome , or the fourth Global kindgom, would arise another power that would seek to ...

Title and etymology. The word pope derives from Greek πάππας meaning "father". In the early centuries of Christianity, this title was applied, especially in the ...

Prophecy of Israel's Future

  • The People . Israel will be separated from the Christian church then reunited at the end of time when they recognize the Messiah. After they are gathered back to their land, the nations of the world will try to destroy them. During this conflict, they recognize the Messiah whom they pierced, and after repenting they will become a great light to the whole world.
  • Jerusalem . The land will be divided and the issue of its fate will ruin many nations (Zechariah 12: 1-9).

200 years later, Babylon was still a populous city, but by the third century AD, the historian Dio Cassius described a visitor to Babylon as finding ... nothing but mounds and stones and ruins. (LXVIII, 30).

» Death . Cyrus died around December 530 BC and was succeeded by his son Cambyses II, who immediately killed his brother Smerdis (Bardiya). He then went to the eastern front and captured Egypt just before he died in 522 BC. He was succeeded by an imposter, Gaumata, calling himself Smerdis. After only seven months he was killed by Darius the Great, the grandson of Arsames.


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