1958 The Two Babylons: Or, The Papal Worship Proved to be the Worship of Nimrod and his Wife by Hislop, Alexander Rev.

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1958 The Two Babylons: Or, The Papal Worship Proved to be the Worship of Nimrod and his Wife by Hislop, Alexander Rev.

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The Two Babylons: Or, The Papal Worship Proved to be the Worship of Nimrod and his Wife by Hislop, Alexander Rev.

1959 Very Good Hardcover with dust jacket; published by Loizeaux Brothers

"The Two Babylons" is one of the great books in the Christian literature of apologetics. It is written in the classical style, with a wealth of material in the footnotes buttressing the facts brought forth in the argument. Some people may wish to throw aside a book because it has been written more than half a century, but in this case they would be foolish. The pretentions of the Roman Catholic Church are old pretentions, and frequently they are based on old arguments. The author of "The Two Babylons" demonstrates that almost all of the practices of the Roman cult have been brought over from paganism. When we come to see that the worship (or veneration - it is the same thing) of the Virgin Mary is really the worship of Venus, Astarte, and that it comes from Babylon, the center of the system is revealed to be Satanic. Image worship is increasing in Roman Catholic churches, even in the United States. If inclined to doubt this, find out why it is that a statue of the Virgin of La Salette is considered more favorable than the statue of the Virgin of Lourdes, or vice versa: why the Virgin in Algiers Cathedral is a Negress; and why the Jesuits push for the proclamation of the error that there is one mediator between Christ and man, and that that is Mary, mediatrix. By all means circulate this book. ~~ Donald Grey Barnhouse, D.D.

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