The Society

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Tyndale House, 1994 - Juvenile Fiction - 150 pages
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The occult is a very real influence for today's youth—and the world is only too eager to exploit their curiosity about the supernatural. Tyndale and Bill Myers, cocreator of McGee and Me!, counteract the deceptions presented by immensely popular titles with an innovative approach to juvenile fiction—the Forbidden Doors series. Insightful and straightforward, each volume tackles spiritual warfare by presenting biblical truths through realistic situations and characters.

#1 The Society—Occult “games” are just kid's stuff—until Rebecca and Scott discover the dangerous consequences for those who get in the way. Their encounters with participants in these rituals open their eyes to spiritual warfare and God's power over such darkness.

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Review: The Society (Forbidden Doors #1)

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I've read quite a few of the Wally McDoogle books with my younger brothers and sisters and they always amuse us. So when I found this book, I was eager to read it. I started it with no idea of the ... Read full review

Review: The Society (Forbidden Doors #1)

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I think this series of books are very important with our children reading Harry Potter books and things about witch craft etc. Bill Myers does a great job of explaining different aspects of these ... Read full review


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