Cover of: A woman rides the beast | Dave Hunt

About the Book

In Revelation 17, the Apostle John describes in great detail the characteristics of a false church that will be the partner of the Antichrist. Was he describing the Roman Catholic Church? To answer that question, Dave Hunt spent years gathering research and indisputable historical documentation (primarily Catholic sources) and providing information not generally available.

Are you missing half the story about the last days? Virtually all attention in our times is focused on the coming Antichrist--but he is only half the story. Many are amazed to discover in Revelation 17 that there is also another mysterious character at the heart of prophecy--a woman who rides the beast.

Who is this woman? Tradition says she is connected with the Church of Rome. But isn't such a view outdated? After all, today's Vatican is eager to join hands with Protestants worldwide. "The Catholic Church has changed," is what we hear.

Or has it? In A Woman Rides the Beast, prophecy expert Dave Hunt sifts through biblical truth and global events to present a well-defined portrait of the woman and her powerful place in the Antichrist's future empire. Eight remarkable clues in Revelation 17 and 18 prove the woman's identity beyond any reasonable doubt.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 525-544) and index.


Dewey Decimal Class 282
Library of Congress BX1765.2 .H85 1994

The Physical Object

Pagination 549 p. ;
Number of pages 549

ID Numbers

Open Library OL1086772M
Internet Archive womanridesbeast00hunt
ISBN 10 1565071999
LC Control Number 94010726
Library Thing 4043
Goodreads 165449

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