The Two Babylons

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The Two Babylons: Or, the Papal Worship Proved to be the Worship of Nimrod and His Wife is a key religious text written by author Alexander Hislop. This Hislop work is based on the concept that numerous traditions of Roman Catholicism came directly from a mysterious religion largely focused on Nimrod and his family. Coming from this ancient Babylonian religion, many of todays continued practices were incorporated into the teachings of Jesus Christ from this religion, and are revealed in this highly acclaimed early 20th century work. The Two Babylons is highly recommended for those who are interested in the origins of Christian traditions and those who enjoy the writings of author Alexander Hislop.
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Publisher
Cosimo, Inc.
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Published on
Jun 1, 2007
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Pages
356
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ISBN
9781602061392
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Language
English
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Genres
Religion / Biblical Commentary / New Testament
Religion / Biblical Studies / General
Religion / Christianity / History
Religion / History
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