1. A New Look At An Old War
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    Jefferson H. Floyd
    Xulon Press / 2003 / Trade Paperback
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    3.5 out of 5 stars for A New Look At An Old War. View reviews of this product. 3 Reviews
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  1. Roger Kriegs
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    Spiritual Warfare Assumptions
    December 3, 2015
    Roger Kriegs
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    Although the author made a few excellent points throughout the book, they were buried amidst conjecture and shoddy exegete of referenced passages.

    In describing other questionable works, the author did an excellent job characterizing this text," the author describes his work when he made the following statements, "This is a Theological presupposition without a Biblical Basis." "...such an application of the text is a contrived explanation ignoring the obvious intent of the passage."

    While this text makes excellent fiction and would be perfect for a twisted movie, I would not recommend this text as a study guide or a reference text.
  2. Connie Nji
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    October 17, 2008
    Connie Nji
    This book is amazing! I got it for class and have learned so much from it. Jefferson Flyod has taken an intense topic and made it so simplistic. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants a deeper walk with the Lord.You'll learn about your arch enemy, the devil. First he deceives you, then he temps you, when you fall, he accuses you before God, then he condemns you. It exposes the devil and all his tactics. Did you know one of the devil's greatest weapons is ignorance?It exalts the Lord and His finished work on the cross and the authority and rights we as believers have in Him. You'll learn about the armor and what it represents, praise, walking in forgiveness, so as not to give place to the enemy. I can go on and on but you have to read it for yourself to appreciate it.
  3. David Webster
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    June 24, 2008
    David Webster
    very good book on the disciplines of spiritual warfare a must read for church ministry.
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