In this short allegory, Stephen Crisp relates a young man’s desperate search for the true house of God. Beginning his journey with genuine hunger and zeal, he is soon lost in a labyrinth of false religion and man-made imitations. But feeling dissatisfied with Babylon’s many images and facades, he is met by a new Guide who enlightens his path, and leads him through deserts, bogs, and dangerous valleys to the true dwelling place of God.

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A Short History of a Long Travel from Babylon to Bethel
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A Short History of a Long Travel from Babylon to Bethel

Stephen Crisp

A Short History of a Long Travel from Babylon to Bethel

by: Stephen Crisp

In this short allegory, Stephen Crisp relates a young man’s desperate search for the true house of God. Beginning his journey with genuine hunger and zeal, he is soon lost in a labyrinth of false religion and man-made imitations. But feeling dissatisfied with Babylon’s many images and facades, he is met by a new Guide who enlightens his path, and leads him through deserts, bogs, and dangerous valleys to the true dwelling place of God.

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