The Roman Empire in Light of Prophecy or The Rise, Progress and End of the Fourth World-Empire [NOOK Book]

The Roman Empire in Light of Prophecy or The Rise, Progress and End of the Fourth World-Empire

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Chapter 1. The Times of the Gentiles.
The Times of the Gentiles.
Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream.
The Fourth Kingdom.
Chapter 2. The Roman Dominion.
The Rise and Progress of the Roman Empire.
Eastward Extension.
Palestine Annexed.
Illustration: The Roman Empire in Apostolic Times.
The Empire Completed.
The Crushing of the Nations.
The Twofold Division.
The Tenfold Division.
A Comparison of the Visions.
The Testimony of Early Christian Writers.
Processes at Work Since the Twofold Division.
Chapter 3. The Overthrow in the West: Germanic Invasions.
Illustration: The Western Roman Empire Under Germanic Tribes
Disintegration of the Western Half.
Alaric and the Goths.
Attila and the Huns.
Genseric and the Vandals.
Northern Limits of the Empire.
Chapter 4. The Overthrow in the East: The Turkish Empire.
Illustration: The Turkish Empire in the 16th Century.
Mohammed and the Khaliphs.
Eastern Empire at End of 10th Century.
The Appearance of the Turks.
The Turks Embrace Mohammedanism.
The Turks Enter Europe.
Constantinople Taken.
A Comparison of the Two Divisions.
The Decline of the Turkish Empire.
The Coming Overthrow.
Illustration: The Turkish Empire in 1914.
A Blank in Prophecy.
The Continuation of Roman Government and Influence.
Roman Imperialism Continued.
Chapter 5. The Coming Revival of the Roman Empire.
(1) The Geographical Standpoint.
Geographical Considerations.
A Review of the Ancient Territories.
Divisions of the Greek Empire: A Possible Renewal.
Other European Territories.
The British Empire.
(2) The Political Standpoint.
European Federation.
Two Possible Ways of Federation.
The Sea Symbolic of National Unrest.
Revolutions and their Issues.
(3) The Religious Standpoint.
The Papacy: Its Present Power.
The Doom of Religious Babylon.
Satanic Authority of the Emperor.
Chapter 6. The Everlasting Kingdom.
Illustration: Palestine, to illustrate Psalm 29.
Armageddon and After.
The Voice of the Lord.
The Everlasting Kingdom.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014106504
  • Publisher: Denise Henry
  • Publication date: 1/31/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 107
  • File size: 293 KB

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    Posted November 5, 2012

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