Vatican City, Peter, Satan’s Throne, and Rome


Vatican City (photo by Joyce Thiel)

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The Vatican, Peter, and ‘Satan’s Throne’

This is an on-location video from Vatican City and Rome, Italy. Topics covered include St. Peter’s basilica, head coverings, the ‘keys of the kingdom,’ where the Apostle Peter was buried, claims about the Apostle Paul, and why the Cathedra Petri may be a representation of ‘Satan’s throne.’

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