Conversation with the Devil A Book for T
It is difficult to explain this book, just as it was to explain, “A Conversation with Jesus---a book for the unbeliever.” Suddenly it seemed a good idea to write a companion book to my recent book, “Conversation with Jesus” and I thought a book titled, “Conversation with the Devil” would make the set almost irresistible. After all, our Lord had a chance to get his message out through the unnamed Historian and it seemed fair to give Satan the chance to show himself too.
The Devil was the one who said adamantly, “I would rather rule in hell than serve in heaven,” and caused the cataclysmic battle with Michael the Archangel in which the Devil and his forces ( one third of fallen angels from the whole of the heavenly phalanx) were defeated and taken to the edge of heaven and thrown over the edge.
And here the Historian, now named Christian, was called by a voice on the wind (a voice he thinks is Jesus’) to come to the most desolate place in the world, the fortress of Masada by the Dead Sea in the Judean Desert. This book is for the believer to show how wary they must be from the enticements of Satan, a powerful entity who has tried to hide the reality of his presence in stealing men’s souls down the ages.
Well, here he is real and talking.