Powers of Evil: A Biblical Study of Satan and Demons
Books on the demonic abound, but not until Sydney H. T. Page's Powers of Evil has there been such a comprehensive biblical analysis of Satan and demons. Powers of Evil offers an exposition of every biblical reference to the demonic and analyzes historic and modern views. Page interprets particular passages from which some Bible readers have leaped to false conclusions. Studies of Jesus' confrontations with demons and of the exorcisms recorded in the Gospels and Acts examine the interplay of power and authority and the implications for the believer's stand in Christ.
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