Angels and Demons: From Creation To Armageddon [NOOK Book]

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Are Angels, Seraphim, and Cherubim exactly as the scriptures describe them - spiritual beings made by God for His service? Are Demons those same beings acting contrary to their natural purpose? There are many unanswered questions and coincidental occurrences. Presented to the reader is the data from history and many ancient texts, which forced us to question our traditional beliefs. This book draws no conclusions but only ask those questions shouting to us from recently unearthed scrolls, which are thousands of ...
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Angels and Demons: From Creation To Armageddon

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Overview

Are Angels, Seraphim, and Cherubim exactly as the scriptures describe them - spiritual beings made by God for His service? Are Demons those same beings acting contrary to their natural purpose? There are many unanswered questions and coincidental occurrences. Presented to the reader is the data from history and many ancient texts, which forced us to question our traditional beliefs. This book draws no conclusions but only ask those questions shouting to us from recently unearthed scrolls, which are thousands of years old. Whether one starts with a totally open mind, or with an assumption that the beings in the pages of history are from a different space, time, or dimension, this book will rock your beliefs.

Drawn from rare books, such as the Book of Giants, various Gnostic writings, and unique translations of First and Second Enoch, Jasher, Jubilees, and many other texts, information is pieced together to create an amazing story which may answer the oldest questions mankind has asked about the nature of God, angels, and Demons.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012764928
  • Publisher: Fifth Estate
  • Publication date: 7/14/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 240
  • Sales rank: 376,992
  • File size: 872 KB

Meet the Author

Joseph Lumpkin has a long and varied background in research and writing. He was a contractor performing research and development within the U.S. Department of Defense for many years. Major projects included Hypersonic Missile Technology and Computer Clustering for Super Computers. In addition to his background in science, computers, and research, Joseph obtained a Doctorate of Ministry. He has written for various newspapers and has authored over two dozen books on subjects of theology, religion, history of Christianity, and philosophy.

Dr. Lumpkin has appeared on Radio, Television, and Internet shows as a guest speaker on subjects of Fallen Angels, Church History, Religion, Theology, the Sacred Feminine, and other subjects. Show include L.A. Talk Radio, Rainmaking Time, and Threshing Floor Radio. Shows can be access via
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