Ewing Identification of Babylon the Harlot in the Book of Revelation

Ewing Identification of Babylon the Harlot in the Book of Revelation

Ewing, D.R. – Identification of Babylon the Harlot in the Book of Revelation

Ewing, D.R. – Identification of Babylon the Harlot in the Book of Revelation

The Identification of Babylon the Harlot in the Book of Revelation

A Thesis
Presented to
The Faculty of the Department of New Testament Studies
Dallas Theological Seminary
In Partial Fulfillment
Of the Requirements for the Degree
Master of Theology

by
D. Ragan Ewing
July 2002

This paper is heavily footnoted, and examines every seriously-considered suspect for “Babylon the Harlot.”

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