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Spiritual Warfare Resources

These books were recommended by those contributing to this issue of Leadership Journal.

99 Answers to Questions About Angels, Demons & Spiritual Warfare
by B.J. Oropeza (Intervarsity, 1997).
Helps readers distinguish fact from fiction as they navigate the new cultural curiosity about spiritual phenomena.

The Bondage Breaker: The Next Step
by Neil T. Anderson (Harvest House, 2011).
This bestselling resource provides practical advice for combating demonic influence, sinful behavior, and invasive thoughts.

Defeating Dark Angels: breaking demonic oppression in the believer's life
by Charles Kraft (Vine: 1992).
Kraft's book includes first-hand accounts of oppression along with guidance on addressing underlying emotional issues.

Demon Possession and the Christian
by Fred Dickason (Crossway, 1991).
A thoughtful, biblical response to the question, can a Christian be possessed?

The Handbook for Spiritual Warfare
by Ed Murphy (Nelson, 2003).
A comprehensive look at the theological foundations of spiritual warfare.

It's Only a Demon: a model of Christian deliveranceby David W. Appleby ...

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