P.I.D. Radio 2/26/12: Peter the Roman – The Final Pope


Petrus Romanus A 900-year-old prophecy attributed to Máel Máedóc Ua Morgair, better known to us as St. Malachy, appears to point to the line of popes ending with the successor to Pope Benedict XVI.  Furthermore, there is evidence that suggests that this Petrus Romanus, or Peter the Roman, may be the False Prophet John wrote about in the Book of Revelation.

Cris Putnam and Tom Horn join us to discuss their forthcoming book, Petrus Romanus: The FINAL Pope is Here.  They tell us why they began to take the prophecy of St. Malachy seriously, the evidence that lends it credence, and what it means in light of reports that Pope Benedict may not live out the year.

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52 comments on “P.I.D. Radio 2/26/12: Peter the Roman – The Final Pope

  1. Steveo

    In all christian charity, you folks who hold the bible alone as the sole authority do not even realize you are using a Catholic book. Where do you think that book came from? The Catholic church decided which books in there are inspired, guided by the Holy Spirit. Show me where in the bible it says what books are to be included. You cannot.

    So, your authoritative inerrant bible is certainly that but, only by the Authority of the Catholic church. Every time you use that book, you are picking fruit from a tree you did not plant. Bible alone and faith alone are unbiblical. God bless.

  2. Derek Post author

    Steve: The Roman Catholic Church certainly preserved the documents it inherited, and its role in keeping the flame of Truth burning through the Middle Ages is undeniable. But the canon of scripture was pretty well determined by the third century, long before there was a Vatican. And even after Rome became Rome, it was not the monolithic entity it is commonly portrayed. The Orthodox Church, for one, would likely have something to say about whether the Roman church was the single authority that defined and preserved the Word of God.

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