Jerusalem and the Vatican Agreement

Jerusalem and the Vatican Agreement

by James Phillip Dawson
     
 

Jerusalem and the Vatican Agreement
The Catholic church has proposed that Jerusalem be made an International City under their jurisdiction. The Vatican proposed agreement would have the Vatican and the Pope take the over-sight of the Old City of Jerusalem and the temple mount. The government of Israel and the Palestinian Authority would not have the final…  See more details below

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Jerusalem and the Vatican Agreement
The Catholic church has proposed that Jerusalem be made an International City under their jurisdiction. The Vatican proposed agreement would have the Vatican and the Pope take the over-sight of the Old City of Jerusalem and the temple mount. The government of Israel and the Palestinian Authority would not have the final authority on the city. It would be the Vatican that would solve the age old conflict. The Vatican proposal was acceptable to Peres, Arafat and the Pope.
For centuries the Vatican has attempted to obtain control of Jerusalem, which started with the Crusades. Under the Vatican agreement the Israelis would give over control the Old City to the Vatican and was also going avoid future war. Israel was to share in the temple mount, and this caused great concern among the Palestinians. The Vatican must have Jerusalem and Mount Zion, before Christ returns to Zion, are they negate their claim to the “Vicar of Christ.”

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013070899
Publisher:
Aaron C Ministries
Publication date:
08/27/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,179,703
File size:
167 KB

Meet the Author

Dr. Dawson has a BS in Chemistry,Physics and Mathmatics, a MS in Physical Chemistry, a MS in World Sacred Literature and a doctrate in Theology. He was Chief of Engineering and Operations for the Science Directorate during the Apolo Program and was a Prinipal Investigator on the Lunar Samples for Radiation Characteristics. He is currently President of Aaron C Ministries, a Bible Research Organization.

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