A Minister's Manual for Spiritual Warfare is written to assist pastors and other ministers help their parishioners find freedom from demonic oppression. It is based upon years of experience and research and was written in consultation with orthodox, highly credentialed theologians, biblical scholars, clinicians, and attorneys. It is written from an evangelical Anglican perspective, but it will also be useful for other traditions. The manual describes various kinds of demonic attacks and discusses the reasons to involve medical and mental health professionals. Providing practical guidance for the deliverance ministry, it includes diagnostic procedures, insight into the makeup and training of a ministry team, the appropriate use of liturgies, pastoral care for victims and deliverance ministers, and legal considerations. The book devotes special attention to exorcisms, emphasizing the importance of a teamwork approach and the necessity of thorough preparedness, including an awareness of different strategies which demons may use to thwart exorcists. Rounding out the manual is a series of accessible, biblical, step-by-step instructions to assist ministers in helping others find freedom in Christ from demonic attacks. A Minister's Manual for Spiritual Warfare is a must-have for any Christian minister involved in deliverance ministry. ""In the past quarter century, North American Christians have finally admitted that we are engaged in a deadly war for souls. We are learning that the enemy cannot be defeated by truth encounters alone. Indeed, our Lord Jesus Christ frequently cast out demons as He liberated souls from bondage. I am grateful that Mark Quay has provided us with a sorely needed training manual to help equip pastors and lay leaders learn how to employ power encounters as the church seeks to destroy the works of the devil. All pastors and ministers in training need to read this important book."" --Lyle W. Dorsett, Billy Graham Professor of Evangelism, Beeson Divinity School, Samford University; Rector, Christ the King Anglican Church, Birmingham, AL ""A must-have manual for any Anglican priest, and a worthy resource for anyone confronting such personal evil when ministering to others. Given within this manual are clear, concise instructions on how to undertake a deliverance ministry with just enough background and theological discussion to allow the reader to knowledgeably embrace the methods offered."" --Craig Isaacs, clinical psychologist, author of Revelations and Possession: Distinguishing Spiritual from Psychological Experiences Mark Allen Quay is the Rector of St. Peter's Anglican Church and teaches in the Anglican Studies Program at Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham. He is the former Dean of the Anglican School of Ministry. With more than thirty years of teaching and pastoral experience in the US, Europe, and Africa, and extensive contacts among Anglican and charismatic clergy, he is a highly sought after consultant in the area of spiritual warfare.