Louvre – Religion’s Future In View of It’s Past – Part 2 of 2
Our tour will present a concise, and yet comprehensive history of world religion, from its early years down to modern times. A glance into the rearview mirror of history will enable us to look into religion’s future. The tour consists of two parts.
- The Louvre - Paris, France
- 1.5 hours
- $11/device (Does not include booking fees)
- Virtual - not broadcast from the location
- Tours About Bible Prophecy, Virtual History Tours, Virtual Museum Bible Tours
One of the Bible’s most dramatic prophecies is about the mysterious symbolic woman described in the book of Revelation. Who is this influential woman? Why does a wild beast attack her? What has she done to deserve this violent end?
Our tour will present a concise, and yet comprehensive history of world religion, from its early years down to modern times. A glance into the rearview mirror of history will enable us to look into religion’s future. The tour consists of two parts.About the museum/location:
The Louvre (Paris) is the world’s largest museum and houses one of the most impressive art collections in history. Discover treasures of the Louvre in connection with the Bible!
- Babylon’s Processional Way – Outstanding glazed-brick depictions of lions decorated ancient Babylon’s Processional Way. What is involved in getting out of Babylon the Great?
- Huge column-capital from the palace of Darius I, Xerxes (Ahasuerus), and Artaxerxes in Shushan – How does the royal palace reveal the splendor and magnificence of the Persian kings? How did Jehovah move various Persian kings to cooperate with the carrying out of his own sovereign will and protecting the true religion?
- The Waldenses – Why were they objects of violent religious intolerance?
- “Saint” Bartholomew’s Day Massacre – The history is stained with the blood of religiously-backed strife. Why are the churches of Christendom the most reprehensible?
- The French Revolution – What can happen when political powers suddenly turn against organized religion? Is the French Revolution a foregleam of things to come?
“Saint” Bartholomew’s Day Massacre - The history is stained with the blood of religiously backed strife.