Romanism and the Reformation

Romanism and the Reformation
Second Edition, 1891
244 pages

By H. Grattan Guinness

Romanism and the Reformation is a series of eight lectures. It begins by covering the three foreviews of Romanism: those recorded by Daniel, Paul, and John. It then describes how these prophecies were interpreted and used before, during, and after the Reformation. And finally, it examines the prophecies on the Reformation itself. It is a stirring book.

 

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We think these books contain good general explanations of Bible prophecy. That doesn’t mean we agree with them on every point, or agree with their authors on every subject.

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