The downfall of Anti-Christ. Or, A treatise wherein is plainly discovered
Read Online

The downfall of Anti-Christ. Or, A treatise wherein is plainly discovered 1. That the Pope is Anti-Christ, and that Rome is Babylon. 2. The severall deceitfull workings, and enticing means that the Babilonish whore hath used to intoxicate the kingdoms of the earth with the wine of her fornication, ... 3. Probable conjectures that the Anti-Christian party have seene their best dayes, and that the Popish religion, and all the power of Rome shal more & more decay throughout al [sic] the churches of Europe, ... 4. That the destruction, and extirpation of Anti-Christ shall make way for the setting up the kingdom of our Lord Jesus Christ in its glory and beauty, which alone is that which maketh a people or a nation truly happy-By R.C. An unworthy admirer of these things by

  • 962 Want to read
  • ·
  • 81 Currently reading

Published by for John Stafford in Printed at London .
Written in English


  • Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800,
  • Catholic Church -- England -- Early works to 1800,
  • Anti-Catholicism -- England -- Early works to 1800

Book details:

Edition Notes

GenreEarly works to 1800
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2328:15
The Physical Object
Pagination[18], 246, 335, [1] p
Number of Pages335
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18150012M

Download The downfall of Anti-Christ. Or, A treatise wherein is plainly discovered


The climax of human history was to involve a period of great suffering which would be worse than any of the trials which afflicted the church previously. The ultimate triumph of the saints and the final victory of our Lord Jesus Christ are plainly written in the book of Revelation for all to comprehend. History of the Moravian Church by J. E. Hutton Note from the E-text preparer: I have inserted a few notes of my own regarding spelling (one Greek word) and the rearranging of dates that were originally shown in the margins of the book; any of my own adjustments or notes have been enclosed in these brackets: {} to separate them from the original. By J. Sidlow Baxter, (a summary by Pat Evert) Download Explore the The author gives wonderful insight into the meaning of the Bible. He explains many difficult things to understand, but mostly I appreciate his aid in showing the distinct contribution of each book of the Bible and. Full text of "A Treatise of the Corruptions of Scripture, Councils, and Fathers, by the Prelates, Pastors, and " See other formats.

  “The Rapture doctrine, which was the invention of the Plymouth Brethren led by John Nelson Darby (), has today been adopted by most Baptist, Pentecostals, Assemblies of God, and a variety of other fundamentalist sects. The idea that Jesus Christ will return for His true Church just before the beginning of the Great Tribulation in a. This important treatise was prepared for the press, and left by the author, at his decease, to the care of his surviving friend for publication. It first appeared in a collection of his works in folio, ; and although a subject of universal interest; most admirably elucidated; no edition has been published in . Full text of "A Baptist bibliography; being a register of the chief materials for Baptist history, whether in manuscript or in print, preserved in Great Britain, Ireland, and the colonies" See other formats. The godly exhortation of holy Father Bradford which he gave to his wife, children and friends a little before his death, who dyed a martyr for the Gospel in Q. Maries days: wherein is plainly shown the excellency of the Protestant religion and the happiness of those that profess and live the same: as also the damnableness of the Romish.

1. The Ancient Secret Tradition. The East is the cradle of secret societies. For whatever end they may have been employed, the inspiration and methods of most of those mysterious associations which have played so important a part behind the scenes of the world's history will be found to have emanated from the lands where the first recorded acts of the great human drama were played out--Egypt. The contents of this book were first given out by the author at Bible Conferences, and then appeared in their present form in Studies in the Scriptures. [1] As the subject of them is of such importance to students of prophecy, and as so little has been published thereon, we have deemed it advisable to issue them, complete, in book form. Chapter 2. Witchcraft Under Elizabeth. The year is hardly less interesting in the history of English witchcraft than It has been seen that the new statute passed in was the beginning of a vigorous prosecution by the state of the detested agents of the evil one. The language of the Savior wherein he says, "Marvel not if the world hate you: it hated me before it hated you, if you were of the world, the world would love its own," etc., I contended then and believe now that the truth of that declaration will be more plainly seen if we read it in this way: "Marvel not if .