2 edition of little description of the great world. found in the catalog.
little description of the great world.
by Printed by I.L. and W.T. for Wm. Tvrner and Thomas Huggins in Oxford
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p., l., 807 p. (14) l :|
|Number of Pages||807|
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Because this little horn is ruling at the time Judgment Day comes, we identify it as the Antichrist, the “ruler who will come” who sets up the abomination in Daniel