Item description for The Beginner's Guide to Spiritual Warfare (Beginners Guide) by Neil T. Anderson & Timothy M. Warner...
Overview Anderson and Warner provide an overview of the battle between the kingdom of God and the kingdom of darkness. Topics include having a biblical worldview and how to stand firm in faith.
Publishers Description The exercise of spiritual warfare - What is it? Do you need special training? Do we need to confront evil or does God do that for us? How do we relate as believers to Satan and demons? In "The Beginner's Guide to Spiritual Warfar""e," Neil Anderson and Timothy Warner provide an overview of the battle between the kingdom of God and the kingdom of darkness, which affects every one of us. First we need to know who we are in Christ. And to help apply the victory Christ won over the enemy, the book gives basic practical instruction for obtaining ongoing victory in daily life. Topics covered include: having a biblical worldview, knowing which God I serve, giving up my reluctance to be a warrior and becoming fit for battle. Here's how to have confidence in God that the battle has already been won, and know how to stand firm in your faith.
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Studio: Regal Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5.25" Height: 7.75" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Nov 3, 2008
Publisher GOSPEL LIGHT PUBLISHERS #9
Series Beginners Guide
ISBN 0830746013 ISBN13 9780830746019
Availability 0 units.
More About Neil T. Anderson & Timothy M. Warner
Dr. Neil T. Anderson, Founder and President Emeritus of Freedom in Christ Ministries (FICM), is the bestselling author or coauthor of more than 60 books, including The Bondage Breaker(r) (more than 1.3 million sold). His books and ministry have impacted the church all over the world with offices and representatives in many countries. He travels extensively to equip the church so they can establish their people alive and free in Christ.
Neil T. Anderson currently resides in LaHabra Carefree, in the state of California. Neil T. Anderson was born in 1942.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Beginner's Guide To Spiritual Warfare?
Spiritual Warfare Jan 28, 2008
This book is EXCELLENT! It has helped me so much to understand what is going on in my mind and has definetly helped me to stand firm in God's Word...the Truth.
Excellent Primer on Spiritual Warfare Mar 11, 2004
This title is an excellent primer on spiritual warfare. Anderson avoids excessive jargon, and steers clear of becoming bogged down in intricate theology. His presentation is biblically sound, easy to follow, and spiritually relevant.
If you're looking for a short, quick read on Spiritual Warfare 101, this title is superb!
Not Just for Beginners Jan 19, 2002
Neil Anderson and Timothy Warner write this book from the perspective that all Christians are learners when it comes to spiritual battle. I think they are right. The battle between the kingdom of God and the kingdom of darkness affects every one of us. Unfortunately Christians tend to make the mistake of polarizing good and evil, especially when it comes to understanding demons. The authors give clear teaching on where the truth actually lies - somewhere in the middle of these two extremes. They also warn of the danger of mental passivity and how lies believed in the mind can negatively affect our actions. Wrong information, lack of knowledge, and a faulty belief system can lead to undesirable or destructive behavior. This is also true of truth not clearly comprehended such as in the area of knowing one's identity in Christ- something most believers give lip-service to but which is not clearly understood. As the authors say; "Truth that does not transform is truth that is not believed." The authors also offer informative discussion of various worldviews and then contrast these with the Biblical view. I thought the book was informative, balanced in perspective, and Biblically sound. Although described as a guide for beginners, I think this book contains much insight that every Christian will find helpful.
Good but... Nov 6, 2001
The book presents a good perspective but I found it to be more than just "A beginners guide..." Many deeper truths are presented in a manner that requires much discernment.
Concerns of doctrine appear to be introduced as an attempt to balance the spectrum of doctrinal thinking rather than to take a "no holds barred" approach to discussing the intervention of God's Holy Spirit in this spiritual warfare discussion.