: Discover the connection between the world's most infamous secret society, the Bible's greatest prophetic riddle, and the surprising hope of the end times. A prophetic mystery foretells an international takeover by the world's elite--a global political...
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Discover the connection between the world's most infamous secret society, the Bible's greatest prophetic riddle, and the surprising hope of the end times.
A prophetic mystery foretells an international takeover by the world's elite--a global political and financial coup that will set the stage for the last days. The prophecy's origins begin in Genesis at the Tower of Babel, and culminate in Revelation with the Battle of Armageddon. "Mystery: Babylon"--the Bible's greatest prophetic riddle-- reveals how powerful national, international, and secret forces are at work to create a global government, economic system, and religion.
Investigative journalist Troy Anderson and eschatology professor Paul McGuire have pieced together the apocalyptic puzzle with award-winning journalism and credible end-times expertise. Time is running out on God's prophetic clock. Are we now witnessing the creation of a global stage that the Bible says will be overtaken by the Antichrist in the end times?
TROY ANDERSON is a Pulitzer Prize-nominated investigative journalist, best-selling co-author along with Paul McGuire of The Babylon Code, former executive editor of Charisma magazine and Charisma Media, and a regular guest on numerous television and radio shows.
Paul McGuire earned his bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a master's in manufacturing systems engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. During his career, he has worked primarily in manufacturing systems applications for such companies as General Electric, Fairchild Semiconductor, National Semiconductor, Sematech, and KLA-Tencor. After dabbling in Python, Paul decided to pursue his interest in text processing, and developed the pyparsing class library. This project has taken on a life of its own and has been downloaded more than 11,000