Blood on the Doorposts (Google eBook)
Salvation in Christ should bring liberty to God's people. Yet many suffer needlessly because they don't understand what the Bible teaches about how to achieve victorious living. In this advanced course in spiritual warfare, you will learn how to help others rise above:
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Well, a note about the logic here. According to this guy, if someone else's exorcisms fail, it is because they're an 'idiot in a black robe sloshing salt water on people.' But if HIS fail, it is the victim's fault, because if he fails to cast out a demon (and to his credit he admits that has happened to him), it must be because the victim WANTS to be possessed.
While I am very happy he and his wife are no longer involved in satanism, I do question many of his theological points. Especially in his criticisms of Catholicism, it should be remembered that he himself had a very bad experience with Catholicism, met a heretical professor at a Catholic college who got him involved in the occult, and then went on to be (as part of his occult training) ordained in an OLD Catholic church and then ordained as a bishop in a gnostic church (which has succession from the Catholics). The trouble is, if you have seen his book detailing this experience, he doesn't do much to distinguish between these three completely separate organizations.
He also speaks as if Baptists and Lutherans can get along. I do not know if he is merely ignorant of the theological divide there or what, but Lutherans are, according to proper Baptist teaching, going straight to hell. This is because Lutherans teach that baptism is a Sacrament with soteriological power, and according to Baptists no one who believes that can 'be saved.' I mention this because one really needs to be careful when reading this guy's works to remember that he isn't necessarily too clear about the real beliefs of various denominations.
In addition, his exorcism experiences should not be used to argue for his theology. People from many different Christian denominations have performed exorcisms in the past century, including Roman Catholics and Eastern Orthodox and even Coptic Orthodox (for the Eastern Orthodox there is a wonderful little book on the life of Papa-Dimitri which includes his discussions of not merely exorcising demons but of other encounters with them). Shamans in Africa appear to successfully exorcise demons (http://www.fatheralexander.org/booklets/english/charismatic_revival_s_rose_e.htm). The fact is that one cannot use this as an argument for the doctrines put forward by 'Chick publications.'
Putting Teeth Back into Your Church
Cursed Be the Tie That Binds
Entering the Liberation Process
Nuking Satans Strongholds
Possible Demonic AccessPoints
Procedures for Renouncing Strongmen from Various Cults
Meditations before the Battle
The Case of the Needle in the Haystack
The Christians Manual of Arms
Is Some of Your Armour Missing?
Drugs and Doorways
As One Having Authority
The Taxonomy of Evil A Biblical Diagnosis of Demonic Oppression
A Slander on the Word of God