In order to more fully study Biblical Prophesy the authors delve into the details of cultural relevance by way of non-biblical prophesies. Islamic, Pagan, Freemason as well as Christian Prophesies are presented in detail to support their hypotheses and predictions.
I haven't been this unsettled by a book since I read On the Path of the Immortals, the third offering by Horn and Putnam. What I always come away with is gratitude that I have faith in God and Jesus Christ to sustain me. If the author's research is even remotely correct, then we see that there is no human institution to put our faith into.
Whether you are a spiritual person or not; whether you believe the information that Horn and Putnam present, an honest reader will admit that this book is well documented. The authors do not make 'off the cuff' claims. They support everything, providing copious amounts of supporting references. The Final Roman Emperor, the Islamic Antichrist, and the Vatican's Last Crusade at 363 pages is not particularly long as books go, but 751 references for the information they present are documented. That impresses me.
As I said; The Final Roman Emperor, the Islamic Antichrist, and the Vatican's Last Crusade is not particularly long, but it is very involved. It is not an easy read by any stretch. I consider myself fairly well educated, but this book was at times very difficult for me to follow. Of course this is in part due to the topic at hand. The Final Roman Emperor, the Islamic Antichrist, and the Vatican's Last Crusade focuses on end times prophesies (not a light topic to be sure), examining the prophecies of many differing sources. They present the striking similarities between Christian, Muslim and Judaic prophesy.
The authors present often damning evidence that the Catholic Church is involved in some very disturbing activities (understatement of the millennium!), and they back it up with many many references and quotes from various Pope's themselves.
Horn and Putnam document so many Pagan, Occultist and down right Satanic practices in the founding of America, as well as ongoing such practices, It makes one wonder how the Pledge of Allegiance can make the claim "One Nation under God".
The Final Roman Emperor, the Islamic Antichrist, and the Vatican's Last Crusade makes a seriously disturbing prediction for the near future in America. The manner in which they support and defend this prediction, in light of current world events, makes it truly alarming.
If you at all are concerned about the current state of affairs in America, and indeed the world, The Final Roman Emperor, the Islamic Antichrist, and the Vatican's Last Crusade is well worth the read. It will make you think, and quite probably make you more than a little uncomfortable.
I usually end my reviews with the word "Enjoy!", but that just doesn't seem appropriate here. I didn't "enjoy" this book but am very glad I read it.