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Concise, fact based, quick read.,
This review is from: Smokescreens (Paperback)
I just finished the book that I wish I got at amazon, but I found it first at Chick publications. The author Jack Chick has a heart for God and the truth for a long time now and has made available many resources on various pagan like beliefs that cloak themselves in monotheism, such as Catholicism and Islam. Smokescreens is such a much needed book for today just as much as it was in the 80's. The book tied the Vatican with global power grabbing that was very evident recently with the Vatican getting inline with the big lie of man made global warming, that shows the truth is not sacred to the Vatican, I am sure it never was. Knowing the history of the Vatican I can't help but feel bad for the future knowing most will fall for it by joining the ecumenical movement, being fooled into thinking of it as a true belief system in God. Just as revealed in the book I always felt the Vatican was in the Bible: Revelation 17, the only thing that could have been made more clear regarding Revelation 17 is the fact that Rome is the known as the city that sits on seven mountains, that pretty much nails the Vatican coffin shut. Jack seemed to be right on the mark with a lot of history ancient and recent to show the true heart of the Vatican and it's true ambition and the god/gods it follows.
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Initial post: Jan 27, 2011 2:36:54 AM PST
R. Matos says:
Fiction (if you don't know what that means, look it up)!
Posted on Jun 25, 2014 5:34:11 PM PDT
"the only thing that could have been made more clear regarding Revelation 17 is the fact that Rome is the known as the city that sits on seven mountains"
Wow, how convincing! It helps that there was no Rome at the time Revelation was written. You know, during the ROMAN Empire. Because otherwise that would completely implode your theory and make both you and Chick look like gibbering mental patients.
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