By Richard Abanes
In protecting the religion, Richard Abanes offers the fundamental doctrines of Christianity and exhibits how cults and different new religions both deviate from or deny them.
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In John 15:26, Jesus promises that he will "send" the Holy Spirit. How can Jesus "send" the Holy Spirit ifhe is the Holy Spirit! " The obvious question is: Who "sent" the Holy Spirit? Demons certainly do nOt have the authority to command God, neither do angels or deceased Christians. There seems to be no one left to send the Holy Spirit if the Father was really Jesus and Jesus subse~ quently turned into the Holy Spirit. The biblical answer, of course, is that Jesus sent the Holy Spirit (John ij:26).
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Defending the Faith: A Beginner's Guide to Cults and New Religions by Richard Abanes