The Devil's Inbox

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Augsburg Fortress Pub, Dec 12, 2003 - Religion - 128 pages
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The Devil's Inbox is an insightful, informative, and clever survey of the Christian life. Modeled on C. S. Lewis's The Screwtape Letters, Laymon's books presents the life of faith with all its ups and downs, joys and temptations. The devilish Anasthesia communicates with tempter-in-training, Termite, via e-mail. We meet their victim as a young woman and witness her struggles with faith throughout the stages of her life.

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User Review  - Christina Clark - Christianbook.com

The book was ok... I think I have to agree with one of the other reader's in that I didn't like our Savior referred to as the "Mother Hen". And the tempter wanting to go to heaven?! ok, I'm glad I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Debra Billquist - Christianbook.com

This book will make you think about how we are so fooled by Satan's ways, but I don't feel it is really worth reading. We get one side of the conversation from Anethesia but you can figure out what ... Read full review

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Laymon is a community health planner.

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