The Two Babylons 

by
Alexander Hislop

Americanized Language Version



 
Contents

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 Original of the Child


Sub-Section I. The Child in Assyria


Sub-Section II. The Child in Egypt


Sub-Section III. The Child in Greece


Sub-Seciton IV. The Death of the Child


Sub-Section V. The Deification 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 (11k)



See Chapter V, Section IV regarding Cupid (St. Valentine's Day)




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 Procession


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





Conclusion




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