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Inside this booklet:
- Introduction: A Snapshot of World Affairs
- The Dreaming King and the Slave
- The First Superpower
- The Great Image in Nebuchadnezzar's Dream
- The "King of the North" vs. the "King of the South"
- Dual Fulfillment in Bible Prophecy
- Roman Revivals of a United Europe
- The EU: A Seventh Roman Revival in the Making?
- Why Europe and Not the United States?
- Why Not Asia?
- The Final Superpower: The Kingdom of God
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of sin” and the “false prophet”? Or is there more to the story than that? The answer is deeply personal and forces Christians to examine the very core of their relationship with Jesus Christ.
Inside this booklet:
- Standing against Christ
- Heresies denying Jesus as God in the flesh
- A man who would make himself as God
- The coming "Abomination of Desolation"
- Jesus Christ is coming as conquering King"
- What the Bible really says about antichrist
- The ultimate antichrist"
- Stand strong with Christ
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