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Ecclesiastical Empire

From the Fall of Rome to the United States

By Alonzo T. Jones

Continuing where he left off in Great Empires of Prophecy, Jones takes the reader on a fascinating journey of the Roman system through the Middle Ages. Details are given that reveal how history accurately and precisely fulfills Bible prophecy. Clearly see the steps by which Romanism gained worldwide power and reigned for nearly 1,000 years. Vividly recall the Waldenses and Albigenses, who were special objects of persecution, and travel through the Reformation and into the New World. More than ever, you will understand why the Bible calls the Romanist system the “mystery of iniquity.”

Paper, 636 pages, with original paging in brackets. Maps confirm the borders and influence of nations and the papacy.


    01. An Ecclesiastical World-Power
    02. The Visigoths in the Middle Ages
    03. The Suevi in the Middle Ages
    04. The Franks in the Middle Ages
    05. The Alemanni in the Middle Ages
    06. The Burgundians in the Middle Ages
    07. The Angles and Saxons in the Middle Ages
    08. Pagan Philosophy — The Strength of the Papacy
    09. Theological Controversy — Council of Ephesus
    10. Theological Controversy — Second Council of Ephesus
    11. Theological Controversy — Council of Chalcedon
    12. The Papal Temporal Power Established
    13. Restoration of the Western Empire
    14. The Papacy and Barbarians
    15. The Holy Roman Empire
    16. The Papal Supremacy — Gregory VII to Calixtus II
    17. The Papal Supremacy — Innocent III to Boniface VIII
    18. The Papal Empire
    19. “That Woman Jezebel”
    20. The Anarchy of the Papacy
    21. The Spirit of the Papacy
    22. The Reformation — England
    23. The Reformation — Bohemia
    24. The Reformation — Germany
    25. Protestantism — True and False
    26. The Christian Principle Triumphant
    27. National Apostasy

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