Psa. 102:18 (ESV)
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      Featured resources this month:.
      (from the Church History section)


Emergence of Papal Power — Prophetic Faith of our Fathers, Le Roy Edwin Froom
The gradual emergence of Papal Power to 539. Here is historical evidence for the transfer of legal, political and religious authority by Justinian to the Bishop of Rome. The Eastern and Western Capitals, the Vandal wars and central religious authority for the years 536-539.
Turning point for the prophetic days of Daniel 12.

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