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Dennis D. Helton

Angels, Who Are They?

     

Dr. David L. Brown said: Angels – Who Are They? by Dennis H. Helton is a much needed book! Why? Because the "angelic theology" being promoted today is wildly unbiblical. This book is a valuable tool revealing the truth about angels and exposing what I call the “Celestial Quackery” of our day. As I went through the book, I would characterize the first half as a biblical answer book about angels: How old are angels? What do men and angels have in common? Do angels have wings? What are the different kinds of angels? Are angels sexless? Do Christians become angels when they die? Do angels appear today? These are just some of the questions posed and answered. I especially appreciated the sections on the characteristics of Angels and the section where Brother Helton exposes the false teaching about angels in Mormonism, Islam, Catholicism and Theosophy. The second half of the book was thought-provoking. It tackled the controversial interpretations of Genesis 6:1-8 concerning – Who are the sons of God? The author characterizes the different positions for your evaluation. Angels – Who Are They? is a fascinating book. It exposes the errors about angels and reinforces the truth about angels. It is worth your time and attention. Psalms 34:7 The angel of the LORD encampeth round about them that fear him, and delivereth them. Dr. David L. Brown, Ph.D., Pastor First Baptist Church, Oak Creek, WI

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Can A Saved Person Become Unsaved?

     

The majority of Christians can undoubtedly be divided into three major groups: Eternal life, Arminian, and Hyper-Calvinism. The writer will attempt to fairly narrate the distinctive beliefs of each. First, a brief introduction of them:

1. Eternal Life (Free Will)

2. Arminian (Free Will)

3. Hyper-Calvinism (No Free Will)

There is a large fourth group of religious people who consider themselves Christian, but have not been saved.

4. Christian in Name Only

Christendom is not made up of only genuine believers. Christendom is the part of the world or the sphere of the profession of Christ; it consists of both genuine believers (symbolized by wheat) and religious unbelievers (symbolized by tares). See Matthew 13:24-30. The tares (imitators) are those resembling believers (wheat). Again, many members of cult religions deny the deity of Christ. Apostate religion is identified in the Bible as the spirit of Antichrist (I John 2:22-23; 4:15; 5:1, 5; 10-13; 2 John 1:7, 9-10)

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Cremation: Christian or Pagan?

     Cremation itself is the process of reducing the body remains to bone fragments and ashes through burning with open flames. The temperature of 1,600-2000 degrees Fahrenheit is maintained for approximately two to three hours (note: tin melts at 450 deg. F; lead melts at 662 deg. F). The ashes of a body’s cremation are usually mingled with the ashes of a body of a previous cremation. The larger bones remaining are usually ground up to smaller pieces. Today, even Christians are exploring cremation as an option to burial. The writer does not believe that cremation is acceptable for the Christian. Cremation has always been practiced by pagans and adherents of false religions. For example, the Hindus and Buddhists do not believe in a resurrection of the body; they believe that their soul is reincarnated (transmigrated) into another unrelated body or even a non-physical existence. By burning the bodies of the dead, they superstitiously hoped to prevent that body’s spirit from remaining in the local area and haunting the living. Of course, as Christians, we know death is the separation of the soul and spirit from the dead body. Jeremiah 10:2: Thus saith the LORD, Learn not the way of the heathen.

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Evolution, Another False Religion of Humanism

     “I want to thank you for the opportunity to read your books including the discussion on Evolution, The King James Bible, Can a Saved Person Become Unsaved, and Jesus is God. I found them all to be very well written with factual information, good references, pertinent history, important doctrines and a little humor. They were all easy to read and understandable with plenty of study material. I appreciate your dedication to this subject matter which was a tedious task but makes great reading for those interested in learning the truth. You have a talent for writing and have been a blessing to me.” –- Larry C. Atwood, MD

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Jesus is God

     This book, Jesus is God, by Dennis Helton documents the Scriptural passages that affirm Jesus is God. Any person desiring all the passages in one place will benefit from this study. It is a valuable reference for pastors, teachers, evangelists, missionaries, and laymen. Any parent would benefit greatly by teaching their children the truth concerning the second person of the Trinity, The Lord Jesus Christ.

 

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Is the Gap Theory Credible?: The Ruin and Restoration Theory

    Concerning biblical interpretations (exegesis) of Creation among Christians, there is a belief called "The Gap Theory." Actually, it is less than a theory because theories are based upon hypothetical circumstances which are merely assumed conditions. This gap theory is also known as “The Ruin and Restoration Theory.” At the outset, the writer states that he does not believe in the "so called" Gap Theory. However, many fine Christian brethren do believe in some form of it. Advocates of this theory believe that there is a gap of indeterminate (uncertain) time between the verses of Genesis 1:1 and Genesis 1:2. The claim is that a former civilization (probably satanic and possible human-kind) existed between the two verses of Genesis 1:1 and Genesis 1:2. This “alleged” pre-Adamite civilization was supposed to be guilty of corrupting earth. The gap theorists claim a gap of time, longer than a 24-hour solar day (?), occurred when chaos reigned upon earth after the first day of God's Creation. However, it would be hard to reconcile a proposed former creation of earth, with animals, vegetation, and human life, because there was no habitable earth (neither life forms) existing between Genesis 1:1 and Genesis 1:2. You would have to assume that an entire, finished world was completed at the end of Genesis 1:1. There is no mention of a formed world. Land did not appear until the third day of Creation (Genesis 1:9). Life forms did not appear until the third, fifth and sixth day. Conclusion: Neither an angel, life form, or a mortal man could exist upon an earth that did not yet exist.

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