Babylon Religion David W Daniels, Jack T. Chick 9780758906311: : Books

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Chick Pub; First Edition (September 1, 2006)

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224 pages

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    A MUST READ!!!!

    Awesome book that EVERY CHRISTIAN, and NonChristian alike should read. This book exposes the Roman Catholic Church, and religion for what it truly is-nothing more than Babylonian religion masquerading as Christianity! Most lower echelon Catholics, being the good, moral people they are, don’t have a clue as to the roots of their beliefs.What is really surprising is that all of the world religions have their roots in Babylonian religion. It isn’t just Roman Catholicism. The exception? True, Biblical Christianity is the only exception-and this book shows you the difference.This book is written and presented in comic book format, and will keep the reader engaged. Readers from young adult to elderly will find it easy to read and digest.The study notes will aid in further study.All in all, this book tied up many loose ends for me. I have been waiting for a book like this for years.I received the book on its promised delivery date, but the cover had a lite cut on it, as if done with a razor knife, but only scratched the surface. This is minor, but should be mentioned.

    15 people found this helpful

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Love the illustrations

    My favorite part of this book are the illustrations. I wish the cover featured that this was so well illustrated. It looks like a regular chapter book until you open it.

    2 people found this helpful

  3. 4.0 out of 5 stars

    A comic book style read on the history of the Catholic Church

    This is very light read for someone who is interested in history of the Catholic Church from a true Christian perspective. It shows you the tie-in with the history of Babylon. It’s not get into a whole lot of details is not waiting how to take an intro volume, especially for new Christians.

    6 people found this helpful

  4. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Cannot recommend highly enough for unbelievers to understand the how all religions came about

    Cannot recommend highly enough for unbelievers to understand how all the world’s religions came about. The storyline is based on Hislop’s book “The Two Babylons”. I believe this book is true to scriptures, the author being a strong believer in Our only Wise God and Saviour Jesus Christ who, in HIM deserves all Glory, Majesty, Dominion, and Power, both now and ever, Amen

    4 people found this helpful

  5. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great resource for pagan idol evolution.

    This book explains all the idols and false gods that were worshipped in the Bible and throughout history from a Christian perspective. Fun and informative. Interesting art work.

    2 people found this helpful

  6. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent depiction of the people’s reaction when learning the truth: and the art work is absolutely phonominal!

    The book grabbed my attention at the way the illustration look on the cover, then when discovering what great pictures and good fonts and hyperlinks; I wanted to get down to the truth and bought the book, a must read for true believer.Art Work by Jack Chick

    3 people found this helpful

  7. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    The roots of paganism from ancient times till today.

    Read the book within one day. An absolutely lucid read. Its in comic form, and he covers something very big. Nimrod had a lot to do with paganism, and so did his descendants. It traces everything that happened from Nimrod’s descendants, and shows how this relates to the religion of Rome. And how the religion of rome is still alive and well today, in at least one religion of today. One of the key things, is that the ancient gods, got mixed with just about every religion on the face of the planet. If originally their was a very calm god, with a very energetic god, certain religions would mix the two together, so according to the author a lot of these gods are hybrids, and their were only a few originally, the rest are hybrids.

    6 people found this helpful

  8. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    An Amazing and informative work!

    David W. Daniels provided so much historical data in this book and he is right on target about what happened after the Flood! Wow! Highly recommend this for anyone wanting to learn more about the world we live in today! Thank you David Daniels for sharing amazing truth with your readers! All those names learned in Art History and History of Religion classes clicked when seeing them in your book. Would not have connected the dots without your godly insight and wisdom. What a blessing to learn about this.

    3 people found this helpful

  9. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Paganized Christianity

    The explanation of the origin of the Catholic Church is excellent. It is well explained plus with the pictures. Before reading this book I already “knew” that Hercules came from a real person…Samson. I already “knew” that the early church got weak allowing the pagans to change the Church instead of the Church converting the pagans to Christ…therefore the weak christian church changed into the old Roman religion of gods…I mean saints, spiritism. emperor worship…I mean honoring the Pope.,…all sugar coated with the name of Christian…Roman Catholic church. And the role of the Church of ruling the world with the AntiChrist…the Whore of Revelation

    3 people found this helpful

  10. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Straight truth…no ‘babble’ here.

    The usual attention grabbing format and presented so clearly. I the way David Daniels DIGS SO DEEPLY into the facts he presents. An excellent presentation of a very important subject.

    One person found this helpful

  11. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    One of my favorite books.

    David Daniels simply explains where false, man made religion got it’s start. The illustrations will keep any reader interested. One of my favorite books.

    3 people found this helpful

  12. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    7 stars

    Get Doc Marquis’ DvD on Catholics version of Mary (Queen of Heaven) as well. This is a great book. I learned a lot.

    One person found this helpful

  13. 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Evolution of Religion During the Ages

    The secret origens and practices of religious systems over the years. Who controls them and how they maintain control? Are you a participating member?

    One person found this helpful

  14. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    More History than Religion

    This book is a must read if you are a history buff who is interested in genealogy from Adam & Eve on. The history and evidence provided is mind boggling, but in a very simplistic easy-to-read and understand format. I would highly recommend this book.

    5 people found this helpful

  15. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    WOW! What a book!

    This is one of the best books I have read that explains how Satan (The Devil) has conterfited the Worship of God into a phoney religion to lead people astray from the one true God!

    2 people found this helpful

  16. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Awesome reading!!

    The whole book was so easy to understand,I would recommend this to everyone who want straight forward answers.God bless you !

  17. 4.0 out of 5 stars


    I didn’t know the book was illustrated, completely! However, I liked it for the scriptural references it provided. Can’t say I agree with the final take and summary, but overall a good book I really purchased it for my son who had questions about Babylon in the scripture and what it means for us today. But once he saw the illustrations, he immediately declined the book But there is still time.Thanks!

    3 people found this helpful

  18. 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great read that will make you think.

    A lot of great information with references to check and verify. Will recommend this book to others to further there knowledge of ancient history concerning what people believed about god’s.

    3 people found this helpful

  19. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    He takes a few liberties

    Nevertheless he accomplished the desired warning. Babylonian religion has been around in its different forms since Nimrod. Now in its final form in Rome. The warning is stay out of Babylon. If you’re in it get out and believe in the real Jesus Christ, Son of the living God.

    6 people found this helpful

  20. 4.0 out of 5 stars

    It’s a picture book/comic strip-type of book

    It’s a picture book/comic strip-type of book. It’s an easy read for children. I think this book had many Biblical facts. I recommend that people read many different sources when forming opinions about the origin of religions since some of the themes in this book are strong.

    3 people found this helpful

  21. 2.0 out of 5 stars


    this book was written,er i mean drawn similar to a newspaper comicstrip…no is a story that if in written form would consist of about five pages of material. His main refrence material comes from two books-the bible and a book from hislop that in itself is in question(hislop’s refrences just dont date back far enough to really prove his claims).doing my own research leads me back to nimrod as well and is very interesting/frightening if it is true. unfortunately the cult of mithras and other ancient mystery cults are just that,a mystery(no collective writings that date back to “B.C.” that i’m aware of)This book provides enough information to fill a couple pages only.If you want an actual BOOK i would not pay for this one,it’s a ripoff.

    13 people found this helpful

  22. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great info for believers.

    It breaks down religion piece by piece! This will be a banned book 1 day. Grabb it now! Please listen.

  23. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Must have book

    Great details…plain understanding….loved this book. Now passing it along to a family member that is anxious to read it. Loved it!

  24. 1.0 out of 5 stars


    I wanted to have a book to read by a credible author with facts to back up what the book said. Instead I looked inside and it was filled with cartoons page by page till the end of the book inserted by one of the authors named Jack Chick. I threw the book into my waste basket as soon as I saw what was inside. Never again will I buy anything by Jack Chick or with Jack Chick contributing. I do, however, take for granted Mr. Chick has a faithful following. David Daniels’ part in the book was probably credible. I’m sorry to have to write what I’m writing but I’m an honest person and, as long as you asked for my opinion, I have to tell the truth. I hold nothing against Amazon. I have always liked and trusted what they represent.

    9 people found this helpful

  25. 4.0 out of 5 stars

    A Sound Study on Religion

    I have taught and studied this subject for over three decades. This book doesn’t go into any great detail or depth, but it does get into the meat of the truth.

    3 people found this helpful

  26. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very informative

    This is a very fascinating history of where idols came from. With lots of pictures. Easy to understand. Get it!

    One person found this helpful

  27. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Truth that few want to hear…

    This is a great book exposing the Great Whore that sits on the seven hills in Rome…a very interesting read

  28. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very good exposition of the non-biblical origin of the veneration of the Virgin Mary

    In this book, David Daniels set out to show that the beliefs and practices surrounding the Roman Catholic veneration of the Virgin Mary come not from the Bible, but from ancient pre-Christian Asian religions. He leads the reader thru the passages from the Old Testament that talk about the ancient mother goddess worship and includes references from secular archeology to illustrate his points. After reading this book, you come away with a clear understanding about how the veneration of the Virgin Mary developed and the part it plays in the plan for a one-world religion. The book uses ‘Jack Chick style’ illustrations along with text to makes its points. I think the illustrations are very helpful as they keeps the reader’s interest and they help to make the points clear (a picture is worth a thousand words). The illustrations can be funny but they don’t take away from the points Mr Daniels makes. (For example, in a scene from before the flood of Noah’s day, the illustrator shows people riding on the back of small dinosaurs).The book cover doesn’t include a photo of Mr Daniels. However, the illustrator cleverly included Mr Daniels in the story. There are several illustrations of a man (the narrator) sitting at a desk with a Bible open in front of him explaining points of scripture. The man in the illustrations is David Daniels !

  29. 2.0 out of 5 stars

    An interesting book.

    I am interested in material regarding the worship and system of the papists, since so much of their system comes right out of paganism. Catholics who are uninformed may not like that statement, but it is true nevertheless. Check out “The Wine of Babylon” byWalter Veith on youtubeand you will see how overwhelmingly encrusted papistry is. I love the Catholic people, but I weep at their ignorance regarding their own system. NEVER fear to look into matters. There is overwhelming and biblical evidence for the papacy being the woman of Babylon in the Bible-it is utterly irrefutable-but care must be taken not to believe whatever people say, especially when it fits your own biases. A reviewer mentioned Hislop’s book, The Two Babylons. Originally I was impressed by the book, but when I found he had word etymologies outrageously wrong I became much more cautious. I agree with another reviewer: do research. If you believe in God, check out your beliefs by His Word. Unfortunately for the church of Rome, it is rife with unbiblical ideas, ways, teachings. Check out the catechism and its 10 Commandments vs. God’s 10 Commandments in Exodus 20 of the Bible. Why does the RC church eliminate the commandment against worshipping images? Why do they change the fourth commandment to say worship on the (pagan) Sunday? Why is the Vatican square the biggest solar wheel in the world? Why is the wafer-god round, like the sun as it was in paganism, and placed in a monstrance that is paganistic? Jesus BROKE the bread and, it was never venerated. There are many that know something of all this. Sadly, the majority of the “Christian” churces have thrown out God’s commandments altogether, even though that would mean sin no longer exists, since sin is the transgression of the law (1John 3:4). All this is showing that Protestant Reformation is over, the Bible is not followed by the churches. Now the kidie churches are running back to Mama, shouting for ecumenism. The UN wants a one world government and one world religion. It will happen. Mary is a player inthe drama. Please know your Bible and follow its teachings, which come from God. Don’t lose eternal life by following man-made rules and systems.

    One person found this helpful

  30. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    A Fun and Fascinating Way To Learn About Nimrod

    There is tremendous value in what Daniels has written here because he makes history simple with cartoons. Some may disagree with his assertions about certain religious beliefs, but what is very valuable here is his discussion about Nimrod.Daniels shares how much of an impact Nimrod (Tower of Babel) had over societies when he reigned as a powerful dictator.Daniel’s assertion is that upon the death of Nimrod, his wife (Semiramis) claimed the son she bore was Nimrod reborn, thus making Nimrod a reincarnated god.Semiramis and her son (i.e. Nimrod) then became known as Baal and Semiramis became Ishtar. Eventually she became known as the Queen of Heaven and pictures of her with Nimrod as a baby were transformed into pictures of the Virgin and Son.It is a long and complicated story from there, and you may not agree with some assertions Daniels makes, but there is no doubt his book will challenge you to think and you will also learn a lot about the mighty hunter, Nimrod.

  31. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Shock and Awe of the Papacy.

    This is an amazing book put out by David and you would be at a lose if you didnt purchase it for your library. Any and every Christian as well as Roman Catholics need to read this book.

    6 people found this helpful

  32. 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Save Your Money

    I bought this book in error. I was reading about an archaeological site and wanted more info on Baby,knian religions. That’s what I typed. Amazon reverted to this. I thought at first it was a spoof. I soon learned otherwise. This is a anti Catholic polemic, without question. It describes a three millennia plot of satan to take over the world, culminating in the establishment of th Church of Rome. I, not a Catholic bit the invective made me sick. If one accepts the authors jaundiced views, this book is for you. If you don’t, stay far, far away.

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  34. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Book!

    This is a great book! It is well documented and very informative. The author has a lot of resources and makes the book easy to follow.

    7 people found this helpful

  35. 1.0 out of 5 stars


    The correlation between a goddess and the Blessed Mother is rediculous. Catholics treat Mary the way we treat an adoptive or biological mother…that is we ask her [Mary]to go to God on our behalf just like we ask a biological mother to talk to dad for us. Can we ask God directly…sure…and we can also be persistant and go to God thru Mary…what is the big confussion about this so called worship of Mary? We dont worship her. The Catechism of the Catholic Church tells the “legal” stance of false worship and clearly states that Cathoics dont worship Mary. We depend on her, we honor her {Honor thy father and thy mother.}, but we do not worsip her {Thou shall have no gods before me.} that is ok because God gave her to us as our mother {Woman behold thy son…son behold thy mother}. Why did God choose a lowly human woman t use as the vessel thru which He became man? Why did he allow a lowly human to be ‘full of grace?’ we dont always know why He chose who and what, but God is the One true God and we follow Him in the name of the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit.

    8 people found this helpful

  36. 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Typical Nonsense

    Chick Publications which promotes this book does not remotely know about or portray accurately anything regarding the Catholic Church. Even the majority of Protestants reject him for his extreme fundamentalism, his horribly skewed and biased research, and his unproven claims and conspiracy theories. Anyone who has studied history, can detect his flaws immediately, as they are obvious and gaping. Chick Publications puts out literature teaching that the Catholic Church started the religion of Islam to take over the world; the Catholic Church started the Masons, the Communist Party, the Nazi’s, and the KKK and more just to help them obtain power. If you believe any of this,I have a bridge for you to buy. Please don’t make the mistake of buy this book thinking that it will teach you anything true about history or anything authentically Catholic.

    23 people found this helpful

  37. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Quick Read and Well Researched

    This book is a good lesson in parts of Bible history, such as Nimrod, and is well researched. The notes in the back are very informative also. It shows the origins of many of the Biblical errors of the Catholics. Easy to read and understand too.

    One person found this helpful

  38. Babylon Religion, Pulled NO PUNCHES

    If you’re lookin’ for good books on Church History, this one and Books like this a great read, a must have forresearch, packs a great punch, and few SURPRISES, Do Yourself and fellow Christians a BIG Favor and get thisbook.

  39. “Imaginations of The Flesh”

    Tertullian (230 AD) – “”By us,” says he, “who are strangers to Sabbaths, new moons, and festivals, once acceptable to God, the Saturnalia, the feasts of January, the Brumalia, and Matronalia, are now frequented: gifts are carried to and fro, new year’s day presents are made with din, and sports and banquets are celebrated with uproar; oh, how much more faithful are the heathen to their religion, who take special care to adopt no solemnity from Christians.””(p.70)- “The Two Babylons” by Alexander HislopAn even more saturated and historically in depth look at what is being described in “Babylon Religion” by David W Daniels. I’d first start with David W Daniels book as this will give you a really good compact/complex summary and timeline.

  40. 100% RECOMENDADO

    Me encantó cómo dibujan y muestran la historia de la religión oficial hasta nuestros días. Tal vez no lo tomarás en serio por ser estilo historieta pero Tiene muchas bibliografías que lo respaldan.

  41. Babylon religion

    Interesting book really opening my eyes, very interesting. I have really enjoyed reading this book and I would recommend it to any one else.

    2 people found this helpful

  42. Very biased

    Certainly not a history book. Anti-christian and it seems to be pro-jewish. Very subjective description of Babylon Gods and Godesses.The authors really need to read some serious books on theology, history and linguistics, they might learn something.

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