Monthly Archives: January 2015

Early Church Exorcism Part 2

Thursday, Jan 29, 2015 In my previous blog, I pointed out the normalcy of exorcism in the early church, during the first centuries after Christ. (To read Part #1 of this series, CLICK HERE.) That blog quoted from a book … Continue reading

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Scrupulosity?

Monday, Jan 22, 2015 When does worry become anxiety? And when does anxiety become fear? And when does fear become disenabling? When one has scrupulosity. Never heard of it? Theologians have. Psychologists have. Scrupulosity (root word scruples) takes over when … Continue reading

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Demon Detective

Monday, Jan 19, 2015 In our age of Internet dating a new $5.2 billion industry has arisen, according to The Wall Street Journal (01/17/18), to meet the demand for data on background checks of future mates. Individuals who’ve met suitors … Continue reading

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Islam vs Atheism

Thursday, Jan 15, 2015 This past week the world has been focused on Paris, where Islamic terrorists murdered 17 people, 12 of them at the Charlie Hebdo newspaper offices. Sunday, world leaders linked arms as million protested the killings. Tuesday, … Continue reading

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Can Demons Return?

Thursday, Jan 8, 2015 It’s a question I’m asked a lot: “If you get rid of your demons, can they come back?” Well, yes and no. No, if you get delivered and continue to walk with the Lord. Yes, if … Continue reading

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