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Part 1 Unveiled: Common misconceptions-Facts, Fiction and Fallacies

Archangel Michael defeats satan the split-hoofed devil. By Peter Candid (1548-1628)

Newscast Media HOUSTON, Texas—This article is a continuation of the “Unveiled”
series, and is a “treatise” about misconceptions, facts, fiction and fallacies ranging
from the origin and difference between fallen angels and demons, the question about
whether homosexuality is unAfrican, its origin and how it found its way into Africa,
how to deal with the legal aspect of it, and other topics that relate to our time and

Difference between angels and demons

We begin by confronting the difference between fallen angels and demons and how
they operate in our physical world and in the spiritual realm.

Fallen angels are different form demons. Demons are disembodied spirits while fallen
angels have their own bodies and do not need to occupy the bodies of other entities
in order to function. Before one third of the angels fell with Lucifer, all angels were
under the leadership of God Himself who created them. CONTINUE TO FULL ARTICLE>>


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Heaven and hell unveiled-triumph of the resurrection

The Triumph of the Name of Jesus Christ by Giovanni Battista Gaulli, 1685

Newscast Media HOUSTON, Texas—As Christians across the world celebrate some of the most important days in the history of mankind, we will take a close look at Good Friday, Holy Saturday, Resurrection Sunday and also the second coming of Christ. In this series, we will also confront the subject of heaven and hell and discuss whether those places really exist of if they are simply figures of speech.

The topic that theologians refer to as the “rapture” or “snatching away” will not be discussed, since it is a very lengthy and complicated topic that deals more with doctrinal beliefs of an event that merely causes division amongst Christians.

The scriptures say that Good Friday was the day Jesus died, while Resurrection Sunday was the day He arose from the dead. The question we have to answer is, where did Christ go after he died? Before we answer this question, let’s look at the three different kinds of death: CONTINUE TO ARTICLE>>


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