The Beginner's Guide to Spiritual Warfare
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In this unique new series, Vine Books seeks to serve Christians who find themselves immersed in spiritual renewal and revival and who are seeking to deepen their experience. The series also benefits Christians with longtime involvement in the pentecostal or charismatic movement who are looking for books to use as "refresher courses" or to share with others.Beginner's Guides present basic teaching about cutting-edge topics and answer honest questions about subjects such as prophecy, fasting, spiritual warfare, and intercession. You can recommend these informative and practical books with confidence, as they are developed from a nondenominational perspective, written in plain, jargon-free English.Beginner's Guide to Spiritual Warfare provides an overview of the battle between the kingdom of God and the kingdom of darkness, which affects every one of us. And to help apply the victory Christ won over the Enemy, the book gives basic practical instruction for obtaining ongoing victory in daily life. The authors shun sensationalism and deal with spiritual warfare in a balanced way. Beginner's Guide to Spiritual Warfare is a pastorally sound, wise, and jargon-free presentation of the basic truths about the dark side of the spiritual life that anyone can read with profit.
Warner, formerly professor and director of doctoral programs at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, is a lecturer and seminar leader with Freedom in Christ Ministries.
Dr. Neil T. Anderson is the founder and president emeritus of Freedom in Christ Ministries, which has offices and representatives in forty countries. Dr. Anderson has authored more than seventy books on Christ-centered living, including Discipleship Counseling and The Bondage Breaker. He was formerly chairman of the Practical Theology Department at Talbot School of Theology and has five earned degrees including two doctorates. Dr. Anderson lives in Franklin, Tennessee. For more information, see www.ficm.org.