Sunday, July 26, 2009

That Beastly Woman: A Must-Read, Must-See

(The above title does not reference my mom, rather the topic about which she posted.)

My mom has posted a video to her blog about the "woman that rides the beast" in Revelation, and in her own, odd manner of introduction, she introduces it.

This is a must-read, must-see post for everyone, concerning very relevant information on historical and modern geopolitics and ecumenicism.

5-stars from me.

2 comments:

Johann Van De Leeuw said...

Could you give me the just of this in a NUTshell? (LOL)! I'm afraid I don't have time to watch a 57 minute video. :(

Son3 said...

Well, I can give you the gist of it, but nothing beats watching the whole thing.

It basically shows and explains the Roman Catholic church's probable place in Revelation as being the "woman the rides the beast".

It shows the Roman Catholic church to be in complete contradiction to the Bible.

But, it's more than that, as it shows the Catholic church's place in the worldwide political realm, past and present.

And it doesn't end with the Catholics, as it encompasses all false religions and their places in Revelation.

Heresy, politics, blasphemy, world government, religion, history, and eschatology are explained in an easy to understand way.

Very wholesome, very relevant.

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