Revelation of the Devil

This is Laurence Gardner's final book, written shortly before his death in 2010 and is the accompanying book to his Origin of God (published 2011 by dash house publishing).

Author: Laurence Gardner

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ISBN: 9780956735744

Category: Religion

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This is Laurence Gardner's final book, written shortly before his death in 2010 and is the accompanying book to his Origin of God (published 2011 by dash house publishing). Together with Origin of God, this book outlines an irrefutable and searing indictment of conventional belief and exposes the evils and absurdities perpetuated over the millenia in the name of Christianity. In Revelation of the Devil, Laurence Gardner traces the history of the Devil, from its roots in Mesopotamia and the Old Testament all the way up to the modern world of today. Travelling through the New Testament, as well as the Koran, and then passing in turn through the Inquisitions, the Reformation and the Enlightenment, he unmasks what he has called "the myth of evil and the conspiracy of Satan." For nearly 2,000 years a supernatural entity known as the Devil has been held responsible by Church authorities for bringing sin and wickedness into the world. Throughout this period, the Devil has been portrayed as a constant protagonist of evil, although his origin remains a mystery and his personality has undergone many interpretive changes, prompting questions such as: If God is all good and all powerful, then why does evil exist? How can it exist? If God created everything, then where did the Devil come from? If the Devil exists, then why does he not feature in any pre-Christian document? Revelation of the Devil follows the Devil's sinister history, in the manner of a biography, from his scriptural introduction to the dark satanic cults of the present day. In a strict chronological progression, we experience the mood of each successive era as the Devil's image was constantly manipulated to suit the changing motives of his creators in their bid for threat-driven clerical control.

This Is It Satan Is Finished

In this watershed work, Author James R. Brayshaw puts an end to Satan forever.Get out of the pew.

Author: MR James R. Brayshaw

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

ISBN: 9781478175087

Category: Religion

Page: 628

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In this acclaimed work, Author James R. Brayshaw puts an end to Satan forever.No need to keep praying for protection from Satan and deliverance from Hell. In "This Is It...Satan Is Finished!" we slam the door on Satan, the devil, demons, and Hell forever.They said it couldn't be done, but readers everywhere are delighted that Brayshaw did it. The final chapter is written and thousands are now enjoying the benefits of a Satan-free world. Satan is finished and cannot be found anywhere from Genesis in Volume 1 to the end of Revelation in this final volume of the 4 Volume 'Imagine No Satan Series'.From seeing who the Angel of Light is to identifying the Satanic Dragon of Revelation, every account of the "Evil One" is examined in this last book of the series. Religion's Devil is shown to be far less supernatural than we have been told. Satan has no place as a literal entity in the Bible, in the world of Christ, or in a world where the Creator claims to be the One and Only God. Doubtful there has ever been a more compelling thesis against the existence of Satan. "This Is It...Satan Is Finished" seals the case. This final book in the masterful four Volume series, renders the works of the Devil completely destroyed. The idea of the Devil being real has been cast into outer darkness simply by revealing who and what he is.Eagerly, this fearless author brings the astonishing reality to the table. This epic finale you hold in your hands takes each step with care, brilliance, and logic, on a panoramic journey that eliminates Satan forever.Welcome to a world without Satan ... the world just got a whole lot brighter.

Revelation

In this book James Kallas analyzes the four most popular ways in which Christians have dealt with the book of Revelation.

Author: James Kallas

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1532684851

Category: Religion

Page: 128

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In this book James Kallas analyzes the four most popular ways in which Christians have dealt with the book of Revelation. He agrees in part with those who espouse the “end of history” view, conceding that the epistle is futuristic in its confession of the hope of Christ’s return, but denying that it is only a discussion of the last days of the world. He repudiates as unscriptural and blasphemous the “all of history” view which uses the book to calculate specific timetables of human events. Underscoring the timeless character of God’s promises to his suffering people, a premise of the “above history” view, Kallas emphasizes that the Word is addressed to all men of all times. He fully confirms the “in that history” view which stressed that Revelation must first be understood in terms of its original readers—the Christians of Asia Minor—and its historical background. Documenting his conclusions with biblical and historical examples, Kallas reviews the origins and style of apocalyptic writing. He explains that the theme of such literature, the conflict between God and Satan on a massive scale, was produced by the despair of God’s people in troubled times. He discusses the immediate purpose of Revelation, describing its symbolic language as a camouflaged message of hope from an imprisoned apostle to Christians suffering severe persecution at the hands of Rome. Only then does he carefully evaluate John’s message for Christians today.

The Revelation of St John

... but in the Revelation it appears as the consequence of redemption having
been accomplished : understood figuratively the opposition disappears . The
words of our Lord in Luke refer to the commencement of Satan ' s overthrow by
Christ ...

Author: Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg

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Category: Bible

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The Unsealed Prophecy Lectures on the Revelation of St John

The character of Satan is expressed in the object of his confinement_ “ that he
should deceive the nations no more . ” “ From the beginning , " he abode not in
the truth . “ When he speaketh a lie ( saith our Lord ) he speaketh of his own ; for
he ...

Author: Robert Skeen

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Category: Bible

Page: 424

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The Assassination of the Devil s Garden Revelation Prose

This nonfiction book presents graphic dreams and visions of biblical proportions experienced by the author over a 50 years of his life, culminating with the presentation of prolific poetry inspired by God during the most trying times of his ...

Author: Lindsey Smith, Sr.

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ISBN: 9780578862378

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This nonfiction book presents graphic dreams and visions of biblical proportions experienced by the author over a 50 years of his life, culminating with the presentation of prolific poetry inspired by God during the most trying times of his life. The book opens with a a dream related to the return of the Lord Jesus Christ during Armageddon as the planet is ablaze below his entrance from heaven. A picturesque view inside heaven, an angel naming my first born son, a voice from beyond ordering the writing of the first book" The Assassination of the Devil's Garden", and being taken in the presence of a deceased loved one are just a few of these out of the body experiences incorporated in this book.

The Revelation of Saint Iohn Illustrated with Analysis and Scolions Together with a Most Comfortable Exposition of the Last and Most Difficult Part of the Prophecy of Daniel

For they are sprits of Devils . ] He doth yer more deferveth . For now the Event
shall teach us after , that Rome fully describe unto us in these words , the nature
of these Spiis laid walt , what glorious lyes those were which they have rits by
their ...

Author: Thomas Brightman

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Category: Bible

Page: 396

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A Divine Revelation of Spiritual Warfare

In A Divine Revelation of Spiritual Warfare, you’ll learn how to receive divine protection and use the spiritual weapons that are rightfully yours as a child of God.

Author: Mary K. Baxter

Publisher: Whitaker House

ISBN: 1603741976

Category: Religion

Page: 208

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Best-selling author Mary K. Baxter reports from personal experience what it is like to be opposed by unseen spiritual enemies that have great strength and power. But she has learned the secrets of applying Christ’s victory and defeating both sin and Satan. In A Divine Revelation of Spiritual Warfare, you’ll learn how to receive divine protection and use the spiritual weapons that are rightfully yours as a child of God. Then you can: Know what spiritual warfare is and is not Take back what Satan has stolen Receive healing Break free from entrenched sins and habits Release others from spiritual bondage The enemy seeks to conquer and destroy your spirit, soul, and body! Yet the devil has far less power than God has given to us. A Divine Revelation of Spiritual Warfare reveals the enemy’s strategies and equips you to engage in spiritual battles—and win. Find out how you can participate in Christ’s victory over the enemy right now and live a victorious life!

A Commentary on the Revelation of St John the Divine

Thomas Whittemore. plasphemy of them which say 10 Fear none of those things
they are Jews , and are not , but which thou shalt suffer . Besynagogue of Satan .
hold , the devil shall cast some are the are of Israel ; Rom . ix . 6 ; neither Jews .

Author: Thomas Whittemore

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Category: Bible

Page: 388

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Mediatorial Sovereignty the mystery of Christ and the revelation of the Old and New Testaments

Justification an act of judgment . Nor can there be mercy without judgment . Sin
cannot otherwise appear sin , either as a violation of law entailing doom , or as
the work of Satan to be cast down and destroyed . There is , especially , a
judgment ...

Author: George STEWARD (Independent Minister.)

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Revelation Revisited

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ISBN: 9780964071179

Category: Bible

Page: 1164

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The Lamb the Beast the Devil

Revelation is notoriously difficult to understand. Dogmatism abounds as different groups insist on their own interpretation. This introduction explains its relevance to modern readers.

Author: John Hosier

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ISBN: 9781854245823

Category: Bible

Page: 189

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Revelation is notoriously difficult to understand. Dogmatism abounds as different groups insist on their own interpretation. This introduction explains its relevance to modern readers.

Lucifer Is Not Satan

This series explains in detail the attempt of a rebellious cherub to overthrow God Almighty. The text answers questions about how sin originated in Lucifer, what happened before the fall, and more. (Practical Life)

Author: Elizabeth Derry

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 1600348483

Category: Religion

Page: 344

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This series explains in detail the attempt of a rebellious cherub to overthrow God Almighty. The text answers questions about how sin originated in Lucifer, what happened before the fall, and more. (Practical Life)

The Revelation of Jesus Christ

statements are discredited , and an interpretation contrary to their plain meaning
adopted , that difficulties begin to appear . This rebellion against Christ is Satan's
last triumph , and the last outbreak of man's enmity to God . We have seen how ...

Author: T. B. Baines

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Category: Bible

Page: 325

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Evil and the Devil

Evil and the Devil examines such questions, resulting in a fascinating and comprehensive exploration of portrayals of evil and its power and influence on religious thought.

Author: Erkki Koskenniemi

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 0567607380

Category: Religion

Page: 224

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The problem of evil has preoccupied world religions for centuries. The Old Testament contained no uniform dogma on evil powers, launching a fierce debate that has dominated theological and philosophical thought through the centuries to this day. Evil and the Devil brings together contributions from leading inter national scholars to chart that debate, tracing the history of evil from its origins in the Old Testament through early Judaism and the New Testament to the thought of Origen and one of the topic's most influential theologians, Augustine. What role did evil adopt in ancient Judaism? What impact did the association of miracles with demons have upon Matthew's Gospel? Evil and the Devil examines such questions, resulting in a fascinating and comprehensive exploration of portrayals of evil and its power and influence on religious thought.

A Divine Revelation of Satan s Deceptions Spiritual Warfare

Newly Released Revelations from Best-Selling Author Mary K. Baxter In 1976, Jesus took Mary K. Baxter on a spiritual journey for thirty nights to witness the torments of hell, charging her to reveal the terrible reality of God's judgment ...

Author: Mary K. Baxter

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ISBN: 9781641235440

Category: Religion

Page: 368

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Newly Released Revelations from Best-Selling Author Mary K. Baxter In 1976, Jesus took Mary K. Baxter on a spiritual journey for thirty nights to witness the torments of hell, charging her to reveal the terrible reality of God's judgment and to relate the urgent message of salvation through Jesus Christ. Mary wrote about her journey to hell in her best-selling book A Divine Revelation of Hell, which has sold nearly 1.4 million copies. After those thirty nights, Jesus told Mary, "I will close up your mind, and you will not remember some of the things I have shown and told you. But I will reopen your mind and bring back your understanding in the latter days." Recently, God brought back to Mary's remembrance many of those experiences because these revelations are particularly for our day. A Divine Revelation of Satan's Deceptions contains new images of hell that Mary has not related in her other books, as well as crucial insights into the deceptions Satan uses to destroy people and the tactics he employs to defeat believers. Our choice is between allowing Satan to deceive and rob us--or claiming our spiritual inheritance and conquering the enemy in the power of God. In A Divine Revelation of Spiritual Warfare, you will learn more about how to receive divine protection and use the spiritual weapons that are rightfully yours so you can take back what Satan has stolen, break free from generational curses, know what spiritual warfare is and is not, conquer entrenched sins and habits, see healings, and release others from spiritual bondage. The enemy seeks to conquer and destroy your spirit, soul, and body, but the devil has far less power than God has made available to us. Learn the enemy's strategies and be equipped to engage in spiritual battles--and win!

The Revelation of John

This grand defeat of Satan sends a thrill of joy through heaven . It is not only a
fact but a prophecy - a fact which itself foretokens other victories of like sort , only
more and more effective and decisive , tending more and more rapidly to the
grand ...

Author: Henry Cowles

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Category: Bible

Page: 254

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Who Is the Devil

Originally published: New York: Hawthorn Books, 1958, in series: The twentieth century encyclopedia of Catholicism; v. 21. Section 2, The basic truths.

Author: Nicolas Corte

Publisher: Sophia Institute Press

ISBN: 1933184884

Category: Religion

Page: 144

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Originally published: New York: Hawthorn Books, 1958, in series: The twentieth century encyclopedia of Catholicism; v. 21. Section 2, The basic truths.

A Perpetual Commentary on the Revelation of St John Wherein is Contain d

And indeed this binding of Satan for a thousand Years was but a preparative to
that Coincidence , and a necessary ... However , what is advanced here is to
make us understand , that the Devil is not quite destroyed by his Imprisonment ,
nor ...

Author: Charles Daubuz

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Category: Bible

Page: 1142

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Lectures on the Book of Revelation etc

deadly hate Satan resisted the mission of the Son of God . We are not to content
ourselves by explaining all Scriptural allusions to the evil one as merely figurative
modes of speaking of evil principles . The language throughout is simply ...

Author: John Brown

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Category: Bible

Page: 206

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