Many of today’s religious customs come from ancient Babylon.
This series of articles and books gives much information on this important subject. The Two Babylons, by Alexander Hislop.
“All Roads Lead to Babylon,” Study 185, by Richard C. Nickels. Review of the book, Babylon Mystery Religion, by Ralph Woodrow.
“Satan’s Great Deception,” by Dr. C. Paul Meredith.
“The Race Change in Ancient Italy! 300 B.C. and 300 A.D.” by Ernest L. Martin.
Paganism Surviving in Christianity, by Abram Herbert Lewis. PDF Version
Many ancient Babylonish customs have been adapted by the Catholic Church and made to seem “Christian.” Here is some material about the Roman Catholic Church:“Simon Magus,” by Ernest L. Martin, 25-page reprint, suggested donation, $3.
“A City on Seven Hills,” by Dave Hunt, Study 150.
The Priest, the Woman, and the Confessional, by Charles Chiniquy, former Catholic priest.
Union With Rome, Is Not The Church of Rome the Babylon of the Book of Revelation? by Christopher Wordsworth, D.D.
“The Plain Truth About Christmas”
“Easter is Pagan!”
“Where Did Halloween Come From?”
Inside the Catholic Catechism
Is Not Rome the Harlot?