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Number of Pages: 240
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2015
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"It is the best treatment of the person and work of the enemy I have ever read." R.C. Sproul, from the foreword to Gods Devil
Many Christians are oblivious to the Devil and his schemes, and this is precisely the problem. If you dont know why you need to know about the Devil, then this book is especially for you.
In Gods Devil, pastor and scholar Erwin W. Lutzer takes us to the corners of Scripture to which we seldom go. With surprising insights and potent quotes at every turn, Gods Devil will:
- Teach you how Satan fits into Gods great plans for the world
- Give you confidence in Gods everlasting victory over Satan
- Equip you to withstand Satans schemes against you
Martin Luther once said, "Even the Devil is Gods devil." So while this is a book about Satan, it is even more about Gods sovereign power over him. Read it for comfort, read it for peace, and read it for strength.Consider digging deeper with the Gods Devil DVD and study guide.
Allen HayniePasadena, TXAge: 55-65Gender: Male1 Stars Out Of 5God's Devil by Erwin LutzerMarch 10, 2016Allen HayniePasadena, TXAge: 55-65Gender: MaleQuality: 4Value: 1Meets Expectations: 1RC Sproul forwarded this book, so on his integrity I bought the book. I saw that Erwin Lutzer was senior pastor of Moody Church for over 30 years and figured his theology must be ok. I started reading the book and I did enjoy the read. I thought he was insightful in his various discussions about the ways of the devil. I read it all the way through chapter 10 and he said there was a lady in his church who was bitter and did not get along with anyone. He said she was a Christian and he knew so for a fact. He counseled this lady and said that a demon talked from here mouth. Before this discussion Lutzer said he did not believe that a Christian could be demon possessed, but demon oppressed. I find it very theologically confusing for Mr. Lutzer to say that Christians can not be demon possessed, but at the same time they can have a demon talk out of their mouth.
The book quality is good and the type and font make it easy on the eyes. But, due to the fact that the author claims that a born again Christian, a new creation in Christ having the Holy Spirit living inside can have a demon use you as a mouth piece - I would not recommend this book to a new Christian or any Christian. There are other books of this subject matter that have no theological issues.