This is very interesting information. I am generally very convinced about "modern Preterism" leaving little prophecy to after AD 70, but I must admit the Papacy with all its horrendous evils and persecutions really fits what Paul says about the man of sin sitting in the temple of God. I think that could still make sense.
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