Welcome to the Still Waters Revival Books video book summary for “The Fall of Babylon the Great, by the Agency of Christ, and Through the Instrumentality of His Witnesses: In Four Discourses” (1821) by Archibald Mason
Archibald Mason’s “The Fall of Babylon the Great” is made up of six sermons and one lengthy lecture.
The first two sermons (on Rev. 8:5) deal with “Christ the Mediatorial Angel, Casting the Fire of Divine Judgments Into the Earth.”
The next two sermons (on Rev. 11:6) treat “Christ’s Two Witnesses Smiting the Antichristian Earth With All Plagues, As Often As They Will.” The first four sermons cover 112 pages.
These works are followed with “Remarks on the Sixth Vial, Symbolizing the Fall of the Turkish Empire” on Rev. 16:12 (24 pages), “Remarks on the Seventh Vial, Symbolizing the Fall of Popery and Despotism” Rev. 16:17 and 21:5,6 (24 pages) and the final discourse, “Observations on the Public Covenants Between God and the Church” (104 pages), taking off from, “They are turned back to the iniquities of their forefathers, which refused to hear my words; and they went after other gods to serve them: the house of Israel and the house of Judah have broken my covenant which I made with their fathers” (Jer. 11:10).
David Steele, in his classic “Notes on the Apocalypse” includes Mason among his list of “distinguished and approved interpreters of the book of Revelation.”
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