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'THE . . INTERPRETER OF PROPHECY,
BY HENRY KETT, B.D. FELLOW OF TRINITY COLLEGE, OXFORD, AND ONE OF HIS
MAJESTY'S PREACHERS AT WHITEHALL.
IN TWO VOLUMES.
THE FOURTH EDITION,
WITH ADDITIONAL NOTES.
London: PRINTED BY BYE AND LAW, st. John'S SQUARE, FOR THE AUTHOR ; AND SOLD BY F. AND C. RIVINGTON, NO. 62, st. PAUL's
The Rise, Progress, and Establishment of the ina
FIDEL POWER OF ANTICHRIST, or " THE
CHAPTER THE FOURTH.
and THEIR. CONVERSION to the Church of
Accomplishment of the Original Promise made to
phetic Descriptions of the Kingdom of the
Subject~-RECAPITULATION of the whole Work
THE RISE, PROGRESS, ESTABLISHMENT, AND
DESTRUCTION OF THE PAPAL POWER OR
As this was the greatest corruption of Christianity that was to be permitted to take place in the world, it cannot be thought extraordinary, that more of the Prophecies, which we have brought forward to the notice of the Reader in the Introductory Chapter, are applicable to it, than to any other branch of Antichristian Power. As both Mahometanism and Infidelity consisted more of open hostility, they were likely to be better distinguished by Christians, without the aid of such strong prophetical light, as that which is afforded to expose, and to bring into full view, the counterfeit Christianity of the Church of Rome.