The Two Babylons by Alexander Hislop

The Two Babylons

By Alexander Hislop

  • Release Date: 2015-07-04
  • Genre: Christianity
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Description

This book contains the following chapters:

Introduction

Chapter I. Distinctive Character of the Two Systems

Chapter II. Objects of Worship
Section I. Trinity in Unity
Section II.The Mother and Child, and the Origin of the Child
Section III. The Mother of the Child

Chapter III. Festivals
Section I. Christmas and Lady-Day
Section II. Easter
Section III. The Nativity of St. John
Section IV. The Feast of the Assumption

Chapter IV. Doctrine and Discipline
Section I. Baptismal Regeneration
Section II. Justification by Works
Section III. The Sacrifice of the Mass
Section IV. Extreme Unction
Section V. Purgatory and Prayers for the Dead

Chapter V. Rites and Ceremonies
Section I. Idol Processions
Section II. Relic Worship
Section III. The Clothing and Crowning of Images
Section IV. The Rosary and the Worship of the Sacred Heart
Section V. Lamps and Wax-Candles
Section VI. The Sign of the Cross

Chapter VI. Religious Orders
Section I. The Sovereign Pontiff
Section II. Priests, Monks, and Nuns

Chapter VII. The Two Developments Historically and Prophetically Considered
Section I. The Great Red Dragon
Section II. The Beast From the Sea
Section III. The Beast From the Earth
Section IV. The Image of the Beast
Section V. The Name of the Beast, the Number of His Name,—The Invisible Head of the Papacy

Appendix
Note A. Woman with Golden Cup
Note B. Hebrew Chronology
Note C. Shing Moo and Ma Tsoopo of China
Note D. Ala-Mahozim
Note E. Meaning of the name Centaurus
Note F. Olenos, the Sin-Bearer
Note G. The Identification of Rhea or Cybele and Venus
Note H. The Virgin Mother of Paganism
Note I. The Goddess Mother as a Habitation
Note J. The Meaning of the name Astarte
Note K. Oannes and Souro
Note L. The Identity of the Scandinavian Odin and Adon of Babylon
Note M. The Stripping of the Clothes of the Initiated in the Mysteries
Note N. Zoroaster, the Head of the Fire-Worshippers
Note O. The Story of Phaethon
Note P. The Roman Imperial Standard of the Dragon of Symbol of Fire-worship
Note Q. The Slaying of the Witness
Note R. Attes, the Sinner

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