- Paperback: 204 pages
- Publisher: InterVarsity Press (September 1997)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0830819681
- ISBN-13: 978-0830819683
- Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 5.5 x 0.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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99 Answers to Questions About Angels, Demons & Spiritual Warfare Paperback – September, 1997
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Oropeza argues that Christ is supreme, and that Christians should be aware of, but not frightened by Satan and his minions. The book is very easy to read, and takes the form of 99 questions and answers about the topic. It is very easy to find the article about the topic you are looking for.
Well worth reading.
This is a highly readable book, written for the layman, yet covers just about all the theology you need to know on this subject. The book is presented in a question and answer format, which makes it easy to use it as a reference tool to look up just the information about the specific questions you may have. If you are seeking more in-depth knowledge on the subject, it is still useful as a reference because it lays out all of the major theories on the subject, although I would not stop here. You should read as many books on the subject as possible. All in all, it answers just about every question you will probably need to know as a layman, and then some.
This is not the sensationalism and rumors of Bob Larson or Mike Warnke. This is a level headed and intelligent search of the Scripture. You will think, and your view of Spiritual Warefare will be challenged (especally if you think "Star Wars" is Spiritual Warefare) so be forwarned!!
What stroke me at the end of reading this book is the fact that the Bible has been translated and retranslated so many times that it could be completely inaccurate! How to I come to that conclusion? 59th question, as an example. Did Paul's thorn in the body come from Satan? OK, now I am reading the book in Croatian. It says "trn u tijelu" meaning "thorn in the body". I have no idea what english book says. However, the latin translation says "stimulus carnis", which would, according to my limited knowledge of latin mean "stimulus to the flesh", or something that bothers the flesh. Got translated as "thorn", probably in wanting to make it "simple" for the simple folk of centuries before ours. But God only knows what was really bothering Paul! As a Christian, I am not strangthened in faith knowing that the Bible might be all wrong cause we messed it all up in translation..