Item description for Shadow Boxing Audio Book: THE DYNAMIC 2514 STRATEGY TO DEFEAT THE DARKNESS WITHIN by Henry Malone, Carol Cavazos & Jack Taylor...
Overview Shadow Boxing is a book that can change the foundational fabric of your lives - causing you to trace your attitudes, actions and reactions to their root causes and to remove negative, destructive patterns. Henry Malone identifies open doors that give Satan access into your life and leads you thorough a systematic strategy to close those doors. The focus of this book is upon leading people to experience the truth they say they believe.
Publishers Description Shadow Boxing is a book that can change the foundational fabric of your lives causing you to trace your attitudes, actions and reactions to their root causes and to remove negative, destructive patterns. Henry Malone identifies open doors that give Satan access into your life and leads you thorough a systematic strategy to close those doors. The focus of this book is upon leading people to experience the truth they say they believe.
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Format: Audiobook, CD
Studio: Vision Life Publications
Running Time: 300.00 minutes
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.48" Width: 6.46" Height: 0.64" Weight: 0.37 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2006
Publisher VISION LIFE MINISTRIES
ISBN 0971706530 ISBN13 9780971706538
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The Dynamic Book Feb 21, 2007
This book is Dynamic this book help me help people come out of dark,dark places, whan theres seem like theres no hope this God sent book tell so much about darkness you can see yourself comeing out of darkness in to the lightness of God I have told so many about this book. I gave review to my class on this book, I recommend it to ever one thats in a dark place and ever one who knows the Lord. I love it because its for everybody, Its a Blessing its a God sent. Joylena Arvie Williams
This book will set you free! Jan 14, 2007
If you are born again but still unaware of the spiritual realm this book will open your eyes and set you on the path to freedom. I highly recommend it.
Awesome spiritually and Godly Oct 16, 2006
This book is something everyone should read. It highlights many things all of us have been going through and how to cleanse our spirits and how to break those things in our life that we will not permit because they are not Godly they are of Satan! It teaches us how to reclaim what Jesus has already paid the price in full for each and every one of us and why we should not allow Satan to control any of our thoughts or our ancestrual things that are put upon us. Please read this book if you have things in your life that seem to keep coming back at you! Stop Satan in his tracks and find out the why's and How's of these things in your life or loved ones life! Praise God for Dr. Malones insight on this book! And praise God for anyone directed in reading it. It will change your life just as it has mine!
A troubling mix of ancient widsom, modern truths, strange myths and primitive, racist biases Aug 23, 2005
"You may know the truth but still live out a lie in your daily experience, because knowing something in your mind doesn't necessarily enable you to live it. 'Knowing the truth' is not [a] mental assent to some theological doctrine but rather intimacy with the truth--Jesus Christ. Truth becomes 'at home' in you...therefore if you know the Truth of God, you will be free from lies binding you...Satan is an expert at lies, deceptions and fears, knowing the Truth will allow you to walk victoriously."
Dr. Henry Malone SHADOW BOXING Chapter 7: "Holding" and Chapter 8: "The Fourteen Root Spirits"
"It is ironic yet inescapable that the greatest Christian of modern times never embraced Christianity."
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on the Mahatma Mohandas Gandhi
The simple beauty and timeless wisdom in this fascinating and potent book SHADOW BOXING are as clear, obvious and spiritually nutritious as the convoluted collection of racist mythology, bipolar anti-Semitism and unapologetic witchcraft which accompanies it is spiritually harmful.
His listing of the "Fourteen Root Spirits" that bind a soul otherwise full of joy in the bosom of God to the devil begins with the "Spirit of Infirmity". In it he includes diseases such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, arthritis, sinus problems and the (somewhat misogynistic) generalization "female problems." Most of these, however, have been linked to the following for decades now: 1) the booming sugar, fast food and tobacco industries and their disease-inducing products, 2) the public relations companies spawned for the express purpose of misinforming the public about the harm those products cause the body, and 3) the congressional lobbyists who see to it that no politician can get elected by pushing laws regulating their distribution for the health and welfare of the country. Yet he never once mentions the spirits of "Lying" and "Whoredoms" ("love of money"; "seduction"; "lust for position"; "placing anyone or anything [like Mammon] before God") serving as the foundation for not just much of our military empire economy, but for all of these multi-billion dollar corporations and the misery they have produced for millions of Christians around the world. Through silence, he becomes complicit with corporate sin.
Dr. Malone speaks of exorcising demons and spirits repeatedly (in, ironcially, the same way African "witch doctors" do it). Interestingly, however, while painting a 19th century missionary's picture of the Godless jungle people of Africa to make unrelated points about curses and spirits, he conveniently never mentions Apartheid; Nelson Mandela; the University of Ghana in Legon; the culturally sophisticated quasi-westernized upper Middle Class (and oil fields) of Nigeria; or the millions of African Christians--including Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Bishop Tutu--who would have serious issues with his entire Christian perspective. He supports through myth and silence a willfully ignorant, simplistic and immoral view of Africa and all of its people that is definitively unGodly.
The word "racism" appears just once in the entire book, unexplained. He does not even repeat it for the index.
The entire histories of Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Confucianism, (by default) the Enlightenment (which, via the non-Christian Founding Fathers of our nation, produced our Constitution) and all of the scientific and social innovation derived from them all--which we modern Christians both depend on and take for granted--is also flushed down the toilet as demonic for Malone with one phrase: "Eastern religions" ("Spirit of Divination", pg. 126). So embracing the heart of Gandhi (Satyagraha), for example, for how it reflects the heart of Christ (The Golden Rule) is out of the question for him.
Regarding Judaism: Malone essentially says it is right to hate the Jewish people and their religion in your heart, but wrong to express it openly in words (even though the Christ, who quoted an OT psalm while on the cross, never forsook his Jewish origins); for they are (still) the chosen people of God (compare chapter 6 to 8). And while never bothering to make any distinctions between ancient and modern Jews; Aryan/Ashkenazic, Arab and African/Falasha Jews; Israeli and European/American Jews; or the Israeli people and the Israeli military, he never bothers to explain the moral contradictions of his beliefs when they occur--sometimes in the same chapter.
The amount of critical thinking necessary to uncover problems like these throughout this book is minimal. Malone, however, makes "intellectualism" and "false teaching," despite his pursuing and earning what we are led to believe is a Doctorate in Theology, more sins against God (#14: the "Spirit of Error"). Much like the corrupt Popes and Bishops who harassed the father of Protestantism Martin Luther (not to mention Galileo), Malone, it seems, plays the demon card as a pre-emptive strike whenever it suits him politically. I guess he does this in the event anyone would dare "doubt" (see #14 again), question (#14 yet again: "confusion"; "unbelief") or disagree with any aspect of his way of thinking (see #12: spirit of jealousy; "distrustfulness"; "unnatural competition"). In so doing though, he himself "blasphemes the gifts" of genius that are "of the Holy Spirit" when they, like Jesus did, come to us in untraditional, unexpected and uncontrollable ways; "attributing them to Satan." (#8: "Spirit of Antichrist.").
On pages 140 and 141 of chapter 9, Dr. Malone speaks of a woman raised in a family of Satanists. He describes how "satanic plants" would "teach children in the church in such a way that they would believe in a form of Jesus, but never in the true Jesus of the Bible...Therefore they would grow up thinking they were saved, but they were only members of a church, having never been born again." Whether or not Dr. Henry Malone meant to tarnish the wisdom in this book by putting it in a satanic context is irrelevant; that is exactly what SHADOW BOXING does. I learned so much from some of the individual points of this book (hence the three stars), but all true Christians above a seventh grade education must develop the moral courage to reconsider the actual source of his teachings.
great, practical, easy to understand Nov 12, 2004
this has helped so much. it is easy to understand. easy to read and very easy to put it into practice. helped me realize how we already have victory over evil, through Jesus Christ. the victory is already ours.