Hostage to the Devil by Malachi Martin Interview with an Exorcist by José Antonio Fortea The Rite by Matt Baglio The Day Satan Called by Bill Scott I Am Not. by Fr. Jose Antonio Fortea In today’s culture of scientific enlightenment, many consider belief in demonic possession and exorcism to be superstitious remnants . Interview With an Exorcist – FR JOSE ANTONIO FORTEA. By: FR JOSE ANTONIO FORTEA. Many current movies like Constantine, Hellboy and.
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This is a great book full rxorcist stories about spiritual encounters the likes of which I have never read anywhere else. Lists with This Book.
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Trivia About Interview with an I was called in, and when I saw her I asked her for her name in Latin. Out of all of the people who come forward, what percentage of them have you found simply need psychological help and are not really possessed? What is the truth about exorcism? Oct 14, Michael rated it it was amazing.
Paperbackpages. This is an exorcist who knows very well what his subject is and I am so appreciative that he chose to share it with a world that needs it more than ever.
That was the case where levitation occurred twice, and many other strange phenomenon. Before actually delving into the subjects of possession and such Father Jose Antonio Fortea gave ampl I’ve read multiple books upon this subject matter as it really reinforces my beliefs as a Roman Catholic. The author utilizes a question and answer format so you can skip around to that which particularly interests you.
The examples are pertinent. Dec 30, Sheree Krause rated it really liked it Shelves: The modern church has to a great degree lost its faith. It is best to keep in mind that any study in exorcism, demonology, or angelology are essentially a study of their creator, God.
Aug 09, Richard Lopez rated interiew liked it. Of course, most books on the subject are written from the perspective of the Catholic Church while Protestantism tends to ignore the subject all together. I feel that this ezorcist is a great piece of research and should be read by anyone looking to learn more about these topics.
They need to come to my parish, and I interview them. He valued the Church on the same level of Greek Mythology.
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It has been a while since I have read this text, but to my memory Mr. It was worth reading.
A lot of interesting information about exorcists and exorcisms, but I was wish there witth more stories and information about actual exorcisms. It was interesting to informative.
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Of the rest, there are maybe less than 1 percent that are really possessed. Refresh and try again.
Very understandable even if you happen fortda to be Catholic. It is about the battle of good and evil and the humble yet very special role of an exorcist, a holy man of God.
It was more an oversimplification that when read by somebody who never came across any real theology before could easily be exorcisf 2. What happens when someone comes forward and asks their priest to pray for them, is that the people start to talk amongst themselves, and more people are willing to come forward and call for help.
However, my biggest issue with this book is that there were some instances where I found that the theology did not ring completely right. I do believe in demon possession although I do not believe the assertion that believers indwelled by the Holy Spirit can be possessed. Most people who call are coming to the priest for advice and counseling for problems they’ve had.
She began to reply in Spanish, with a fully memorized version of the Psalm. My one issue is that there are some foryea in which the information cannot be fully proven.