- Books

The Rise, Decline, & Fall of the Roman Religion

The Rise Decline Fall of the Roman Religion First published after his death in Hannay explains many items in the Bible based upon true word meanings and usage many so called sex words He identifies many influences upon the biblical texts

  • Title: The Rise, Decline, & Fall of the Roman Religion
  • Author: James Ballantyne Hannay
  • ISBN: 9781169318434
  • Page: 307
  • Format: None
  • First published after his death in 1925 Hannay explains many items in the Bible based upon true word meanings and usage many so called sex words.He identifies many influences upon the biblical texts, as well as biblical origins from ancient phallic worship The author was an expert in ancient language at Oxford University, and contributed to the Oxford Encyclopedia BiFirst published after his death in 1925 Hannay explains many items in the Bible based upon true word meanings and usage many so called sex words.He identifies many influences upon the biblical texts, as well as biblical origins from ancient phallic worship The author was an expert in ancient language at Oxford University, and contributed to the Oxford Encyclopedia Biblica.His other literary works include Christianity The Sources Of Its Teaching And Symbolism , 1913 Bible Folk lore Series , 6 Volumes, 1916 Sex Symbolism In Religion , 2 Volumes, 1922.

    • Best Read [James Ballantyne Hannay] Ò The Rise, Decline, & Fall of the Roman Religion || [Humor and Comedy Book] PDF ☆
      307 James Ballantyne Hannay
    • thumbnail Title: Best Read [James Ballantyne Hannay] Ò The Rise, Decline, & Fall of the Roman Religion || [Humor and Comedy Book] PDF ☆
      Posted by:James Ballantyne Hannay
      Published :2019-01-13T04:58:12+00:00

    1 thought on “The Rise, Decline, & Fall of the Roman Religion

    1. This book contains a lot of very valuable information. It should have been considered mandatory reading by all scholars of the history of the Bible. For whatever reason, his work has gone largely ignored and/or forgotten (as well as The Oxford Encyclopedia Biblica).James Ballantyne Hannay, like most researchers of the subject of ancient religion and ancient literature, could not be 100 percent accurate on each aspect involved. However, we should not toss out the whole of his work because of a fe [...]

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *