The Pope as the Antichrist

Hülsemann, Johann. Cum Jesu scrutinium prophetiæ angelicæ De quatuor Monarchiis, Cap. VII. Danielis desc. Quod præside viro per quam reverendo et amplissimi Dn. Johanne Hulsemanno SS. Theol. D. Prof. Publ. excellentissimo Alumn. Elect. Ephoro Spectatissimo, Affine & Promotore suo observant suspiciendo, Publico dextrè judicantium submittit examini M. Gottfiedt Meisnerus Witteb. Ad diem 19. Junij 1641. In Auditorio Theologorum. Edition quarta.

Wittebergæ [Wittenberg]: Typis & Impensis Michaelis Wendt, Anno MDCL [1650]. In Latin. 4to. 189 x 154 mm (7.5 x 6.25 in.). [56] pp. Woodcut initials. A few instances of underscoring throughout. Signed A2 B‑G4 H2. Modern penciled inscription and crayon underlining on title page. Bound in modern Italian marbled paper. Fourth edition of this eschatological tract on the four monarchies that, according to many Christian theologians in their readings of Chapter 7 of the Book of Daniel, were supposed to precede the end times. Written from a staunch Protestant perspective (refers to the Pope as the Antichrist). The author also predicts the fall of the Turkish Empire and casts doubts that most of the world will convert to Christianity. OCLC reports only three locations, all in Germany. VD17 12:166711G


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