By Ralph Woodrow
Babylon secret faith is a close Biblical and historic account of ways, while, why, and the place old paganism used to be combined with Christianity. From the early days of Babylon and the legends surrounding Nimrod, Semiramis, and Tammuz, sure rites and rituals are traced of their numerous advancements, therefore supplying clues wherein the "mystery" is so9lved! The apostles had anticipated there might come a "falling away" and the evidence in their prediction is now glaring in historical past. With such proof in hand, all precise believers may still search, as by no means sooner than, the simplicity present in Christ himself and to earnestly contend for that unique religion which used to be brought unto the saints.
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