Pentecostalism: New Outpouring or Ancient Heresy? – The Pagan Worship of Baal and Dionysus and Modern Pentecostalism

Hislop’s book, like this one by Dr. Lee, is thoroughly documented and footnoted.   In it he shows that the old religion of Nimrod (via Egypt and the Greek mysteries) has now found a doctrinal and liturgical home in the religion of Romanism.   It is hardly a wonder, after reading Hislop and Lee, that Pentecostalism has made such inroads into Romanism.

One final note.   It may be (and has been) objected by some Pentecostalists that because no books or letters written by Montanus survive today — that it is impossible to know exactly what he actually believed, did ,or taught.   All we know of Montanus and the Phrygians has been written by those who opposed him.