The Two Babylons by Alexander Hislop. The classic page book detailing the pagan origins of various Roman Catholic traditions. Now see this online book. Originally a pamphlet published in , The Two Babylons is Hislop’s most famous work. In this book he argues that the Roman Catholic Church is nothing. The Two Babylons [Alexander Hislop] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. THE TWO BABYLONS is the great work that shows and explains .

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The Two Babylons

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The Two Babylons by Alexander Hislop

Mar 19, Jessica rated it it was amazing. Interesting theory and hislo of Bible history, but I wonder if the conclusions are a bit far-fetched. If the Babylonish teachings influenced one area of the world, i. Views Read Edit View history. Using his logic, almost any practice, religious or non-religious can be shown to have pagan origins and therefore should be discouraged.

Info from our Reference Guide: Alexander was born and raised in DunsBerwickshire. Retrieved 8 July Interesting premises, but horrible research abounds throwing the conclusions into question.


Such observations are often followed by a statement such as: As a result, it is not surprising that “The Two Babylons” continues to be widly respected within the message, even though such respect is not deserved.

John, and the Feast of the Assumption are all Babylonian in origin. That name, as found by Layard on the Assyrian monuments, is Ishtar.

The Two Babylons by Alexander Hislop

Easy reading and very informative. This gave his work an appearance of being well-researched at the time of its publication.

He wrote several books, his most famous being Dekx Two Babylons: Lists with This Book. Ooo- this one will take a while to read.

At the time this came out, it would have made a lot of sense. For example, Hislop linked the name of Easter with Astarte, the Phoenician fertility goddess by citing Layard’s recent discovery of Astarte’s Assyrian name, Ishtar, which Hislop took to be “identical” to Easter. You will not get too far in your research of church history without coming across references to this book and that is the reason we have included it here— a reference work deud as something to be used to beat someone else over the head with like some use the Bible itself.

It was in the dark age this Thing was lost. An in-depth understanding of the world’s religions and mythos Hislop has thoroughly researched his topic.

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InConstantine issued the Edict of Milan legalizing Christian worship. What was clear from the get go was that Hislop has never heard that correlation does not equal causality.


In this book he argues that the Roman Catholic Church is nothing more than pagan cult, with roots in Babylonian mystery cults, which have a bank of secret knowledge only available to those who have been formally accepted into the cult. Excellent reference material proving how pagan the so-called Christian churches are since the 4th century with the apostasy.

Retrieved 2 June babyolns Feb 22, Robert Drumheller rated it it was amazing. By discrediting the true Christianity of Catholics, Hislop hoped to bolster the legitimacy of the Protestant and Scottish Reformations. Although I would like this book to be right about its assertions laexander the Roman Catholic church, it has now been shown that it is extremely inaccurate, and connections between “the two babylons” are actually strained.

He admitted to having used it in his research. But, for the time being, I’m compelled to accept his conclusions based on his expertise. After becoming aware of some very strange anti-Catholic ideas floating around, I finally traced them back to this even stranger book. Introduction The Two Babylons: