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The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

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Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

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This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

The papal aggression in its relation to the sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. by Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890

Book read and dicussed by Tom Friess from Inquisition Update

The book starts out on the Refomation:

The accomplishment of the Reformation in Britain occupied the better part of two centuries. The first dawning of the light was in 1380. In that year Wycliffe published his translation of the Bible ; and England entered, the first of the nations in modern times, upon the glorious path of circulating the Scriptures throughout her realm. Confessors were never wanting to the Gospel from that day in Britain.
But the era proper of the Reformation extends from 1516, when Erasmus published his New Testament in England, to 1688, when the ecclesiastical and political constitution of our country was settled on a Protestant basis under William of Orange.

Tom can be contacted here:

[email protected]

This is Tom Friess' website of Inquisition Update:
https://inquisitionupdate.wordpress.com/

Tom Friess' You Tube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaticanjesuitNWO

Get the book for free here: https://archive.org/details/romeandcivillibertyajwylie

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