"And it shall come to pass, that the nation and kingdom which will not serve the same Nebuchadnezzar the king of Babylon, and that will not put their neck under the yoke of the king of Babylon, that nation will I punish, saith Yahuah, with the sword, and with the famine, and with the pestilence, until I have consumed them by his hand."God's people should never worship the gods and goddesses of Babylon or other nations. But it's important not to forget that there was a time when God's will was for nations to serve political Babylon.
Jeremiah, and also Ezekiel, preached to the people of Israel that God wanted them to submit to and serve Babylon. And he was accused of Treason for that, of being a spy. Imagine the modern equivalent of that, an America Baptist or Pentecostal Pastor going on Television and Preaching to the whole Nation that God wants The United States to surrender to Russia or to China, or to Iran, or I.S.I.S. and if they don't then God will punish them. The Pundits and your typical Evangelicals would go crazy.
But that's what happened. And The People indeed didn't listen and instead allied themselves with Egypt.
My point Eschatologically here is that there are reasons to think that in some ways the End Times will be a repeat of some of that history. Plenty of Prophecies from Jeremiah and Ezekiel seem to be about both their own time and the End Times. I've already argued that Ezekiel 30:24 could be telling us a King of Babylon will be who Mortally Wounds The Beast.
And now I think, what if Jeremiah and Ezekiel were also Types of the Two Witnesses? What if part of what they'll Preach is to side with Babylon over Egypt? Because Egypt is being ruled by The Beast? The modern Church would be totally unprepared for that, especially if this Egyptian Ruler is also presenting himself as a Conservative Christian, and maybe even an American. And maybe he'll even be preaching the same kind of Anti-Babylon message as Rob Skiba.
Rob Skiba is right spiritually to preach against the wickedness of Babylon. Yet at the same time I suspect his treating Babylon as being the same as The Antichrist may be unwittingly helping The Beast.
So I want to repeat. The Bible never says Nimrod was Evil. And it also never necessarily says the World will Love the Antichrist.