Babylon: Figurative
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Revelation 14:8
And there followed another angel, saying, Babylon is fallen, is fallen, that great city, because she made all nations drink of the wine of the wrath of her fornication.
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Revelation 16:19
And the great city was divided into three parts, and the cities of the nations fell: and great Babylon came in remembrance before God, to give to her the cup of the wine of the fierceness of his wrath.
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Revelation 17:1
And there came one of the seven angels which had the seven vials, and talked with me, saying to me, Come here; I will show to you the judgment of the great whore that sits on many waters:
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Revelation 18:1
And after these things I saw another angel come down from heaven, having great power; and the earth was lightened with his glory.
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Strong's Hebrew
1121. ben -- son
... name), in the widest sense (of literal and figurative relationship, including ... ite,
(anoint-)ed one, appointed to, (+) arrow, (Assyr-) (Babylon-) (Egypt-) (Grec ...
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Figurative Senses have their Foundation in Literal Fact Besides ...
... the verities would not have been declared, out of which the figurative language
is ... the downfall of nations and cities, of Tyre and Egypt, and Babylon and Edom ...
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The Figurative Language of Scripture.
... class of expositors, the maiming of the body is figurative language, and ... branch of
the cedar [Jehoiachin, whom Nebuchadnezzar dethroned and carried to Babylon. ...
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The First General Epistle of Peter
... and several later commentators and writers on Introduction (Bigg, Hart, Salmon,
Holtzmann, Zahn, Chase) regard the name Babylon as a figurative designation of ...
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In the Last Chapter we Confined Ourself to the Old Testament, in ...
... Babylon, must therefore be understood literally, otherwise we should have the anomaly
of ... represents the City, we learn that she is not literal, but figurative. ...
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The Seventh Rule of Tichonius.
... the context which, under the figure of the king of Babylon, are made ... understood where
another is expressed, which is the peculiarity of figurative diction; and ...
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Of the Reason Why Forty Generations (Not Including Christ Himself) ...
... to the uncircumcision, or, so to speak, from Jerusalem to Babylon, and to ... Thus was
God making preparations then in a figurative manner for things which were to ...
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A Paradox of Selling and Buying
... As in the Exodus from Egypt, so in that from Babylon, no ransom was paid ... But whatever
figurative elements may enter into it, its core is the ethical truth that ...
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Phial the First. On the Earth, the Universe Connected with the ...
... of the beast, crying out, that Rome was the apocalyptical Babylon, and that ... mystically,
and by analogy, and this likewise in the figurative representation of ...
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The First Epistle General of Peter
... that "sojourners of the Dispersion" must be taken in a figurative sense, meaning ...
phrase "elect of the Dispersion" must be compared with "in Babylon, elect" (v ...
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The Catholic Epistles.
... of this kind, should have used the word "sojourners" in a simply figurative sense,
to ... to chap.5:13 the place from which this epistle was written was Babylon. ...
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Subtopics

Babylon

Babylon in the New Testament

Babylon in the Old Testament

Babylon was Called: Desert of the Sea

Babylon was Called: Lady of Kingdoms

Babylon was Called: Land of Merathaim

Babylon was Called: Land of Shinar

Babylon was Called: Land of the Chaldeans

Babylon was Called: Sheshach

Babylon with Media and Persia Divided by Darius 120 Provinces

Babylon: A Type of Antichrist

Babylon: Ambassadors of, Sent to Hezekiah

Babylon: Armies of, Described

Babylon: As a Power Was: An Instrument of God's Vengeance on Other Nations

Babylon: As a Power Was: Arrogant

Babylon: As a Power Was: Covetous

Babylon: As a Power Was: Cruel and Destructive

Babylon: As a Power Was: Grand and Stately

Babylon: As a Power Was: Oppressive

Babylon: As a Power Was: Secure and Self-Confident

Babylon: Babylon the Capital of Called Babylon the Great

Babylon: Babylon the Capital of Called Beauty of Chaldees

Babylon: Babylon the Capital of Called the City of Merchants

Babylon: Babylon the Capital of Called the Glory of Kingdoms

Babylon: Babylon the Capital of Called the Golden City

Babylon: Babylon the Capital of Enlarged by Nebuchadnezzar

Babylon: Babylon the Capital of Its Antiquity

Babylon: Babylon the Capital of Surrounded With a Great Wall and Fortified

Babylon: Babylon the Chief Province of

Babylon: City of Built by Nimrod

Babylon: City of Capital of the Kingdom of Babylon

Babylon: City of Gates of

Babylon: City of in the Land of Shinar

Babylon: City of Peter Writes From

Babylon: City of Prophecies Concerning

Babylon: City of Splendor of

Babylon: City of Tower of

Babylon: City of Walled

Babylon: Composed of Many Nations

Babylon: Destroyed by the Medes

Babylon: Empire of a Limited Monarchy

Babylon: Empire of Armies of, Invade Ancient Canaan

Babylon: Empire of At the Time of Ahasuerus

Babylon: Empire of Called Land of Shinar

Babylon: Empire of Colonists From, Sent to Samaria

Babylon: Empire of Conquest of Egypt By

Babylon: Empire of Divisions of

Babylon: Empire of Extent of, at the Time of Nebuchadnezzar

Babylon: Empire of Founded by Nimrod

Babylon: Empire of Jews Carried To

Babylon: Empire of Judah

Babylon: Empire of Merathaim

Babylon: Empire of Prophecies of Conquests By

Babylon: Empire of Prophetic Denunciations Against

Babylon: Empire of Samaria

Babylon: Empire of Sheshach

Babylon: Empire of Tyrannical

Babylon: Figurative

Babylon: Formerly a Part of Mesopotamia

Babylon: Founded by the Assyrians, and a Part of Their Empire

Babylon: Governed by Kings

Babylon: Grief of the Jews In

Babylon: Inhabitants of Addicted to Magic

Babylon: Inhabitants of Idolatrous

Babylon: Inhabitants of Profane and Sacrilegious

Babylon: Inhabitants of Wicked

Babylon: Languages Spoken In

Babylon: Nebuchadnezzar King of Besieged and Took Jerusalem

Babylon: Nebuchadnezzar King of Besieged Jerusalem

Babylon: Nebuchadnezzar King of Burned Jerusalem

Babylon: Nebuchadnezzar King of Made Jehoiakim Tributary

Babylon: Nebuchadnezzar King of Made Zedekiah King

Babylon: Nebuchadnezzar King of Rebelled Against by Zedekiah

Babylon: Nebuchadnezzar King of Spoiled and Burned the Temple

Babylon: Nebuchadnezzar King of Spoiled the Temple

Babylon: Nebuchadnezzar King of Took Jehoiachin Captive to Babylon

Babylon: Nebuchadnezzar King of Took Zedekiah Captive to Babylon

Babylon: Origin of

Babylon: Origin of the Name

Babylon: Predictions Respecting: Captivity of the Jews By

Babylon: Predictions Respecting: Conquests By

Babylon: Predictions Respecting: Destruction of

Babylon: Predictions Respecting: Perpetual Desolation of

Babylon: Predictions Respecting: Preaching of the Gospel In

Babylon: Predictions Respecting: Restoration of the Jews From

Babylon: Presidents Placed Over

Babylon: Remarkable For: Antiquity

Babylon: Remarkable For: Commerce

Babylon: Remarkable For: Manufacture of Garments

Babylon: Remarkable For: Military Power

Babylon: Remarkable For: National Greatness

Babylon: Remarkable For: Naval Power

Babylon: Remarkable For: Wealth

Babylon: Remarkable For: Wisdom of Senators

Babylon: Represented by a Great Eagle

Babylon: Represented by a Head of Gold

Babylon: Represented by a Lion With Eagle's Wings

Babylon: Restoration of the Jews From

Babylon: Revolt of the Jews From, and Their Punishment Illustrated

Babylon: Situated Beyond the Euphrates

Babylon: The Gospel Preached In

Babylon: The Jews Exhorted to be Subject To, and Settle In

Babylon: Treatment of the Jews In

Babylon: Watered by the Rivers Euphrates and Tigris

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