The Book of Enoch, Babylon, and Reopening the Gates of the Gods (PART 2 OF “OPENING ENOCH’S DOORS”)

Located on the bank of Euphrates River, Babylon was the most famous eastern city of antiquity, and also was the consummate representation of wickedness in sacred Scripture. As Israel’s tormentor, abductor, devastator, and eventual home in exile, Babylon was used by God in Scripture to bring judgment on other nations (e.g., Jeremiah 21:2–10 and 25:8–11).[i]