Queen of Rome, Queen of Islam, Queen of All

Queen of Rome, Queen of Islam, Queen of AllQOA

by Jim Tetlow, Roger Oakland, and Brad Myers

Eternal Productions, 2006, 134 pages

You might say this book is a follow-up to Tetlow’s earlier book, Messages from Heaven (2002), which I reviewed very briefly here.

Once again, Tetlow examines the hundreds of Marian apparitions all over the world and compares Catholic Mariology to God’s Word. But this time around he questions if the Marian apparition might play a key role in the end-times unification of all nations and religions. Sound far-fetched? Many would be surprised to learn Muslims also worship/venerate Mary. In fact, there’s more written about Mary in the Quran than in the Bible. As radical fundamentalist Islam intensifies its murderous jihad, bringing the West to its knees, could a Marian “miracle” be the  catalyst for a temporary peace?

Used copies of Queen of Rome, Queen of Islam, Queen of All are available from Amazon but a free PDF file is also available here.

Jim Tetlow lived just a few miles from me and he was passionate about sharing the Gospel with Catholics. He had a third book in the works titled The Coming Reign of the Queen of Heaven but the Lord took him home in 2014 before it could be completed.

A couple of related items that come to mind:

  • This month’s National Geographic magazine names Mary “the most powerful woman in the world” in it’s 30-page cover article. See my review here. The National Geographic Channel will broadcast “The Cult of Mary” on Sunday, December 13th at 7PM EST.
  • In his recent trip to Africa, Pope Francis re-affirmed Catholic teaching that Christians and Muslims are “brothers and sisters” who worship the same God. See the article here. But Islam teaches Jesus was only a prophet, not God incarnate. Muslims also don’t believe Jesus died on the cross as a sacrifice for the sins of mankind. Genuine Christians, reborn through the shed blood of the Savior, certainly don’t consider Muslims to be “brothers and sisters” but lost religionists who need Jesus Christ. The pope brokers an ecumenical false gospel of “doing good” and “following the light you’ve been given.” That is not Christianity.

“Whoever believes in the Son has eternal life, but whoever rejects the Son will not see life, for God’s wrath remains on them.” – John 3:36

“But he continued, “You are from below; I am from above. You are of this world; I am not of this world. I told you that you would die in your sins; if you do not believe that I am he, you will indeed die in your sins.” – John 8:23-24

For a list of close to 300 books that compare Catholicism with God’s Word and Evangelical Christianity see my Books tab.

8 thoughts on “Queen of Rome, Queen of Islam, Queen of All

  1. You know, I’ve thought about what the Pope said about Muslims and I agree with him. Yes, Catholics and Muslims are brethren because they worship a false God and follow a false way. It appears that the Pope is leading the way for the one world religion. Yes, Catholics and Muslims are brethren, but they certainly aren’t the brethren of genuine believers in Jesus Christ who know Him and follow Him alone.

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    1. JPII organized his first World Day of Prayer for Peace in 1986 inviting representatives of all religions and Francis perpetuates the papacy’s ecumenical leadership position. When the world goes into crisis mode the pope will be the first person they’ll run to.

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      1. We can see the deference given to the pope and the Catholic church throughout the media. He is a unifying force, but not for our God, but rather for the man of sin.

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      2. Right and this escalating radical Islam crisis could be what brings things to a head. God’s Word is absolutely amazing. We can trace this conflict back to Ishmael and Isaac.

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