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Babylon Religion
     

Babylon Religion

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by David Daniels
 

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This is a history of goddess-worship. Written like a graphic novel, this well-researched book shows how goddess worship "morphed" through the centuries until it climaxed in its present most common form: the worship of the Virgin Mary. In different cultures, the names were different, but the goddess was the same. She was the Queen of Heaven, the mother of the god. She

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This is a history of goddess-worship. Written like a graphic novel, this well-researched book shows how goddess worship "morphed" through the centuries until it climaxed in its present most common form: the worship of the Virgin Mary. In different cultures, the names were different, but the goddess was the same. She was the Queen of Heaven, the mother of the god. She became the Mediatrix through whom all must go to reach their god.

Author David Daniels is a stickler for research, so no one will be surprised to find a 30-page section of End Notes, as well as annotated bibliography. You can check out his facts for yourself! It's a heavy subject, but the illustrations by Jack T Chick help to make the story flow, and a lot easier for the casual reader to understand.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014895521
Publisher:
Chick Publications, Inc
Publication date:
08/16/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
224
Sales rank:
1,075,690
File size:
16 MB
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Babylon Religion 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
llamawalker More than 1 year ago
I guess I don't care much for graphic novels......and if you don't either I'd pass on this one. After reading many books about similar topics by other authors such as Bart Ehrman and Elaine Pagels this book didn't have much to offer me. What I thought would be a book refuting the history of Christianity fro the Christian perspective turned out to be an attack on Catholicism from a Fundamentalist Evangelic Christian viewpoint.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago