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  1. Two Babylons, The

    Two Babylons, The by Hislop, Alexander (2002)

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    Is Modern Babylon (Rev. 17:5) the Roman Catholic Church? Where did their practices, traditions and beliefs come from?
    In this scholarly classic, first published as a pamphlet in 1853 then greatly expanded in 1858, the late Alexander Hislop (1806-1865) reveals how most of the Christian rituals and trappings did not originate with Christ or the Bible, but were adopted from ancient pagan Babylonian religion, and given Christian names.
    Learn how Nimrod and his wife began a religion that has spread over the world and into virtually every region, taking on different names.

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  2. Two Republics, The

    Two Republics, The by Jones, Alonzo Trevier (1892)

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    Rome, in its different phases, occupies the largest place of any national name in history. Rome, considered with reference to government, is interesting and important. Considered with reference to religion, it is yet more interesting and more important. But when considered with reference to the interrelationship of government and religion, it is most interesting and most important. It is Rome in this last phase that is the principal subject of study in this book.

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  3. Two Republics, The

    Two Republics, The by Jones, Alonzo Trevier (1891)

    $85.00  Condition: B-

    Rome, in its different phases, occupies the largest place of any national name in history. Rome, considered with reference to government, is interesting and important. Considered with reference to religion, it is yet more interesting and more important. But when considered with reference to the interrelationship of government and religion, it is most interesting and most important.

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  4. History of Assyria

    History of Assyria by Olmstead, A T (1923)

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    It is no easy task to write a history, especially one so involved as that of Assyria. The author is one peculiarly fitted to his task both by training and by a considerable residence in the countries whereof he writes. He has made large use of the actual words of the Assyrian writers themselves, thereby bringing to the reader something of the spirit of Assyria. This has meant the incorporation of a goodly portion of the Assyrian literature either in translation or paraphrase

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  5. Ecclesiastes, All is Vanity

    Ecclesiastes, All is Vanity by Doukhan, Jacques B. (2006)

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    -Explains the background of Solomon's Ecclesiastes in order to better understand its many and often disturbing contradiction.

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