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Silencing Satan: Handbook of Biblical Demonology Paperback – February 1, 2012
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"Much of the popular 'Christian' literature that deals with spiritual warfare, the demonic, and the occult is of dubious value because it promotes views and practices that lack biblical support. Silencing Satan is a notable exception. This 'handbook' is based on a careful study of the teaching of the Scriptures and offers readers a reliable guide to an area of study that can be challenging and confusing."
Professor of New Testament
"This handbook is an immensely helpful blend of biblical and historical insight, wisdom for practical ministry, and instructive stories of contemporary situations involving the demonic. It is an essential resource for anyone involved in ministry."
--Clinton E. Arnold
Professor of New Testament
Talbot School of Theology
"Imagine someone bringing the following elements together . . . : a sincere belief in the reality of evil spiritual forces and beings . . . ; a deep level of biblical and historical scholarship . . .; a gospel-centered approach . . .; and a sane, practical application to the real events and issues that Christians face . . . Silencing Satan will be an invaluable guide for Christians . . . as well as for pastors and other gospel workers . . . ministering to those caught under the influence of Satan."
Author and publisher
Matthias Media --Wipf and Stock Publishers
About the Author
Sharon Beekmann is an ordained minister in the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. She is author of Enticed by the Light. She preaches, teaches, and conducts seminars for churches through Sharon Beekmann Ministries.
Peter G. Bolt is an ordained minister of the Anglican Church of Australia, Diocese of Sydney, and the Head of New Testament Studies at Moore Theological College in Sydney. He is the author of Living with the Underworld and Jesus' Defeat of Death: Persuading Mark's Early Readers, and the editor of Christ's Victory Over Evil: Biblical Theology and Pastoral Ministry.
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While both authors leverage considerable experience they don't rely on anecdotes but rather a concise history on the subject. Not an altogether fun read or topic but worthy of inclusion on any Pastoral shelf.