'A battle in Heaven' is about spiritual warfare in which the Church of Jesus Christ is involved against the powers of darkness.
The Bible says: For our wrestling is not against flesh and blood, but against the principalities, against the powers, against the world-rulers of this darkness, against the spiritual [hosts] of wickedness in the heavenly [places]. (Eph. 6:12). It is not a fight against a people, or a person, but against the fallen angels and evil spirits in heaven (fallen angels are not in hell, Rev. 12:7). The Church will surely win this battle, but not before she will be obedient to her Lord and takes her role. Unfortunately, most of the people of the Church of Jesus Christ are not aware of their position and are losing battle after battle against the great deceiver and liar, the Satan. The Church doesn't know the enemy and doesn't want to engage in this battle, under the slogan that she doesn't want to focus on the enemy. This disobedience to her Lord, by not engaging in the spiritual battle, has disastrous consequences: many shall depart from the faith. This book is not a theory about the meaning of spiritual warfare, but a report of that battle in a certain area.
This book is a commentary on the Quran. The Quran claims that several Writings of the Bible are 'given' by Allah, but it appears that his quotations from the Bible are incorrect. Allah says that he signed the Sinai covenant with Israel, but he doesn't know the Ten Commandments (Decalogue) of that covenant. The Quran tells us that it was Allah, who would have given Jesus the Gospel, but Allah is not familiar with the Gospel... The history of the birth of Jesus has become a strange and shadowy story in the Quran. Allah denies that Jesus is his son. And the reason is that he has no consort. Therein lies the proof that Allah is not God, because God has the ability to father a son without a wife. Allah is therefore not omnipotent. Allah does not understand that Jesus did not become the Son of God when Mary gave birth to Him. He was already the Son of God in heaven but He needed a human body (in the likeness of sinful flesh) to die for the sins. Allah has no motive and no plan for 'his' creation. Allah created man to give him a meaningless life, let him die, and after that man will be resurrected from the dead for no reason. According to Allah, death is not come by sin. Death was included in 'his' creation. Sin is a vague concept with Allah. Sin is something you commit against your own soul. Allah demands of Muslims that they kill 'infidels and idolaters'. Jews and Christians must - if they are not slain - pay protection money and be subservient to Muslims. The 'believers' can earn the afterlife by acts, obligations and fight (read: kill) for the sake of Allah. The salvation that Allah offers is briefly this: you will enter gardens that have rivers flowing through them and you will be dressed in silk and you will be draped with pearls and gold jewelry. The people who would walking around in these gardens have slain and/or have been slain for the sake of Allah.
Islam has no content, it is a violent and soulless religion.
A salient detail is that the Quran indicates where the religion of Hubal, the moon god, turns into Islam.
Why did God choose the Israelites to be his people, and why did He give them a land? Which Covenant made Israel God's people? What is the consequence if God's people break the Sinai Covenant? Can an everlasting promise or covenant be withdrawn or cease to exist? If so, why? If not, why not? If the Israelites are not God's people anymore, do they have a Biblical right to live in the country where their ancestors lived? Does this land belong to Israel? What does the New Covenant mean for Israel? What was the mission of the Jewish Messiah? Did the Jewish Messiah come to undo the fall in paradise, overcome death, overcome Satan and establish the Kingdom of God, or was his mission to graft the Gentiles on Israel and to revive old times to make an earthly kingdom of Jews? Who is the real enemy of God's people? Satan and his angels or flesh and blood Palestinians, Iranians and Muslims?
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Satanism is a dying religion. `LaVeyan Satanism is a commentary on `The Satanic Bible (abbreviated TSB). TSB was written by the deceased high priest of The Church of Satan, Anton Szandor LaVey. The Church of Satan pretends to be an atheistic religion that denies the existence of God and Satan, however it soon becomes clear that LaVey contradicts himself. He invokes the powers of darkness in the name of Satan, and he greets them as a brother. How can he insist not to believe in Satan, when he says: `In the name of Satan, the Ruler of the earth, the King of the World, I command the forces of Darkness to bestow their infernal power upon me! Open the gates of hell, and come for the from the abyss to greet me as your brother (sister) and friend. Burton H. Wolfe - in his Introduction of `The Satanic Bible calls Satanism `a blatantly selfish, brutal philosophy. In `LaVeyan Satanism the statements in TSB are rebutted by logic and the Bible.
This booklet is indeed for those who are not acquainted with the Qur’an. It gives insight into the Islam religion. Mostly, the opponents of Islam are talking about the violence used by several Muslim groups. However, a religion should be examined and judged by all aspects of its beliefs and creeds, and not only by one or two aspects. This booklet discusses several religious topics and concepts such as: Creation Man Sin Death Righteousness Judgment Mercy Forgiveness Allah (who is he?) Does Allah love people? Arbitrariness Satan (Iblis) Jinns Angels War, fight, Jihad The Kaaba Unbelievers The people of the Book (Jews and Christians) The spiritual world Compulsion The origin of Islam The Qur’an itself will answer the interesting question about the origin of Islam.
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The seventh king of the beast from the abyss is coming soon! When it comes to expectations about the coming of Jesus, one generally refers to the Antichrist and the great tribulation, but the times before those events are the first indications of the coming of Jesus Christ. After all, the Bible speaks of two signs that Christ's coming is imminent. The coming of the Antichrist is one of them, but there is a sign that precedes the Antichrist: the falling away from the religions, philosophies and orders (RPOs)! The falling away is a very clear sign. This event occurs under the regime of the seventh king of the beast from the abyss. He initiates this event, but it should be noted that he is motivated and controlled by Satan, the dragon. Satan will be cast out of heaven (Revelation 12: 9-10.) and will defeat three of the ten fallen angels of the abyss, which govern the seventh king and take their place. When the seventh king is coming is not clear, but Satan will only be cast out from heaven, when the base of his power is lost. That basis is formed by the aforementioned RPOs. The fallen angels who initiated and maintained these RPOs, have (already) been defeated, so the sins associated with these RPOs, do not help maintain Satan's power base. This allows Michael and the angels of God to remove Satan and his angels from heaven (Rev. 12:7-12). During the reign of the seventh king, besides the removal of Satan from heaven and the falling away from the RPOs, the daily sacrifice will be stopped. The worship of God, the Father of Jesus Christ (the daily sacrifice), will be banned! And this is not even the great tribulation!
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Reshaping the Crescent responds to the belief that biblical Scriptures were "given" by Allah.Walter Tessensohn delves into the Quran, revealing that all the quotations in the Quran about the Torah, the Prophets, the Psalms, and the Gospel are incorrect and that the Quran is illogical. It has neither a beginning nor an end. Allah, who is the modern iteration of the ancient moon god, has no plan. He claims that he has created man weak, impatient, imperfect, and mortal. The Bibles says that man was created in the image of God and that he became mortal by sin. So the rescue plan of God is about beating death by condemning sin in the body of Christ. And in Christ God can reveal his image in man. Allah would have created man as an inferior and mortal being. Man would live a senseless life, and at the end he must die. Reshaping the Crescent proves that the Quran confirms that Allah is the moon god Hubal. Muhammad perfected the religion of Hubal, the moon god of the Arabs, and turned it into Islam. The Arabs were not allowed to use the Hubal arrows anymore, but the sign of the crescent moon, the symbol of Hubal, remains and his residence, the Kaaba. Educate yourself on the distinctions between Islam and Christianity. Discover through the words of the Bible and the Quran who God and Allah each say they are and learn the evolution of Allah in history in this fascinating book.