“Christians know they are in a battle,” Helm writes. “Sometimes they don’t understand why God allows the things he does on the earth.
Mount Holly, N.C. (PRWEB) December 19, 2013
Carroll M. Helm’s illuminating new nonfiction, “God’s Mysteries and Paradoxes: Looking Through the Glass, Darkly” (published by WestBow Press), reveals paradoxes as a key element in understanding the dichotomy of a life of faith and one given to the pursuit of esoteric, occult knowledge.
“God’s Mysteries and Paradoxes: Looking Through the Glass, Darkly” examines paradoxes and how they permeate every area of existence. According to Helm, it is through the paradox that mankind can begin to understand the differences between a faith-based world view and a world view based on natural law and the writings of Hermes Tristmegistus. He is hopeful that his analysis will reveal the paradoxes within the concepts of good and evil.
“Christians know they are in a battle,” Helm writes. “Sometimes they don’t understand why God allows the things he does on the earth. By understanding the paradox, they will be able to better identify why things may happen the way they do – that things may not always be as they appear. They also are assured that their faith is secure, that God will take care of them and triumph over evil forces of the new age and the antichrist.”
“God’s Mysteries and Paradoxes: Looking Through the Glass, Darkly”
By Dr. Carroll M. Helm
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 222 pages | ISBN 9781490813141
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 222 pages | ISBN 9781490813134
E-Book | ISBN 9781490813127
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Carroll M. Helm recently retired as associate professor of education at Belmont Abbey College in Belmont, N.C. He is a career educator serving as teacher, principal community college dean and university professor. He resides with his wife, Edna, in Mount Holly, N.C.
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