Tag Archives: demons

Not Just a Stew of Facts

It’s time we took a quick review of The Cult. I remind you that there is no such literal, discretely organized cult, but that I use the term to label an influence and tendency in human affairs. It remains consistent … Continue reading

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Disguised Worship of Moloch

Yet another offline question: The primary danger in child molestation is not the sex, but the open door to demonic influence. Since demon influence is somewhat communicable, this is a threat to shalom. Consider the biblical logic. Whence comes pedophilia? … Continue reading

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Demonology 04

Did you expect a series on this subject to be full of esoteric stuff and macabre tales of weirdness? The whole point is to avoid having to face demons. Don’t let your human curiosity lead you to destruction. God calls … Continue reading

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Demonology 03

The other primary manifestation of demonic activity I encounter is in terms of influence. I do not deny that there are people out there who are clearly dominated by one or more demon spirits. However, I don’t encounter them much … Continue reading

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Demonology 2

In order to discuss ghosts, I need to dismiss some mythology. Ghosts are not disembodied spirits of people. When humans die, they go to face God in some sense we cannot comprehend from this life. They don’t come back. What … Continue reading

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Demonology 01

Our study in the gifts of the Spirit is a necessary foundation for dealing with another challenging topic: demonology. More specifically, your gifts and calling will determine to a large degree how you encounter demons and how you handle them. … Continue reading

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Demonic Mythology of the Mind

One of the biggest flaws in Western Christian thinking is to externalize and project moral conflict outside of self. The idea that all moral conflict is outside of oneself permits the deeply false model of internal problems as “illness.” The … Continue reading

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