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In this book, the writer examines Seventh-day Adventists beliefs concerning Babylon the Great. He addresses the issues head-on, challenging traditional views, providing alternative perspectives, yet leaving in tact the essential truths espoused by the church regarding the Papacy. The symbols of Revelation 12, 17, and 18 are re-examined as the writer presents evidence that suggests Babylon the Great does not symbolize the Papacy as traditionally taught. This book offers a bible-based defense of what Babylon symbolizes. Most importantly, this book encourages the reader to rely on the Bible as its own expositor, the only source upon which to establish faith as it introduces compelling insights regarding the message of the angel of Revelation 18. The message of this angel, the fourth angel's message, accompanied by the outpouring of the Latter Rain, represents God's final warning to the inhabitants of a planet destined for destruction. Yet at the same time, the message offers hope, a means of escape for all people that heed the Divine invitation to come out of Babylon.
Posted February 3, 2006
When Robert suggested I take a look at this work, having known him actively pursuing this subject for more than 30 years, I was grateful for the opportunity. Being a staunched Adventist and conservative with our accepted view, this particular work has had me to question, consider and incorporate an entirely different view regarding my understanding of prophecy. It is with great pleasure to have had my own hand involved in this inspired work and recommend it to all.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.