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Ted Hans | Forum Activity | Posted: Thu, Jan 7 2010 8:53 AM
Books on Angelology and Demonology  i would like to see in Logos. Thanks
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  1. Powers of Evil: A Biblical Study of Satan and Demons by Sydney H. T. Page
  2. Angels of Light, Powers of Darkness: Thinking Biblically about Angels, Satan, & Principalities by Stephen F. Noll
  3. Angels and Demons: Perspectives and Practice in Diverse Religious Traditions by Peter G. Riddell and Beverly Smith Riddell
  4. Powers of Darkness: Principalities & Powers in Paul's Letters by Clinton E. Arnold
  5. 3 Crucial Questions about Spiritual Warfare (Three Crucial Questions) by Clinton E. Arnold
  6. Power and Magic: The Concept of Power in Ephesians by Clinton E. Arnold
  7. Spiritual Warfare by Clinton E. Arnold 
  8. What the Bible Teaches About Spiritual Warfare by Robert Dean and Thomas Ice 
  9. Unmasking Satan: An Expose of the Devils Schemes and Gods Strategies for Fighting Back by Richard Mayhue
  10. Spirit Wars: Pagan Revival in Christian America by Peter Jones

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Brandon | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jan 7 2010 2:39 PM

Don't forget:

The Handbook for Spiritual Warfare by Ed Murphy (not the actor Big Smile )

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Ted Hans | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jan 7 2010 2:55 PM

Brandon Blumberg:

Don't forget:

The Handbook for Spiritual Warfare by Ed Murphy (not the actor Big Smile )

Already in Logos, one of the Nelson packages.

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Brandon | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jan 7 2010 3:22 PM

Wow...did not realize that, thanks.  I took a class from Clint Arnold, his works are some really good stuff! He is also writing a commentary on Ephesians for the upcoming Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament (though dare I mention 'Zondervan' in the forums...it seems that some see it as a four-letter word Tongue Tied )

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Mark Wilks | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Sep 9 2010 9:49 AM

Good choice of book!  I buy them too.

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Friedrich | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Sep 9 2010 10:38 AM

Clinton Arnold also writes the entry for Ephesians in the Zondervan Illustrated Bible Backgrounds commentary (besides being overall editor)

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Bohuslav Wojnar | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Sep 9 2010 11:22 AM

Aid Us in Our Strife, Arthur Neil, volume 1 and volume 2.

I found those books very interesting. Author's theology is supported by many years of the practical experience in that area of ministry.

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TCBlack | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Sep 10 2010 7:54 AM
  • Dickason C. Fred  Demon Possession and The Christian A New perspective.  Crossway Books, Wheaton. ISBN 0891075216

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TCBlack | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Sep 10 2010 7:58 AM

Merrill F. Unger Biblical Demonology: A study of Spiritual Forces at work today.  1994.  Kregel Publications.

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Adam Lambert | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Oct 21 2010 2:40 AM

Neil Anderson and Timothy Warner have some good books on Spiritual Warfare as well.

Some TItles:

The Bondage Breaker

Victory Over Darkness

The Beginner's Guide to Spiritual Warfare

Spiritual Warfare: Victory Over the Power of This Dark World

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Friedrich | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Oct 21 2010 7:10 AM

We cannot have a collection that addresses the occult without the venerable German author Kurt E. Koch (deceased; and note: he is not the living Swiss Roman Catholic born in 1950).

Kurt Koch was a pioneer regarding our modern understanding of occult and demon possession.  What makes him so valuable is that he has both a belief/experience in the reality of the occult and demonic activity as well as a zeal to differentiate that from mental illness.  We see the Bible itself making such differentiations (sickness, possession, sickness caused by Satan, etc).  I encountered him while doing research on the occult for a youth counseling class while working with a teenager who was caught up in the occult.  Here are some of Kurt Koch's (a Lutheran) books dealing with the occult (he has many others on different topics--second coming, speaking in tongues, missionary field experience, etc):

  1. Christian Counseling and Occultism: A Complete Guidebook to Occult Oppression and Deliverance
  2. Demonology Past and Present: Identifying and Overcoming Demonic Strongholds
  3. Occult ABC: Exposing Occult Practices and Ideologies
  4. Occult Bondage and Deliverance: Counseling the Occultly Oppressed
  5. Occult Practices and Beliefs: A Biblical Examination from A to Z
  6. The Lure of the Occult: 193 Case Studies of Occult Enslavement and Deliverance

Finding a complete listing is not easy.  There may be other titles of his with the Occult theme that are different, or just rebranded.  However, his insight was groundbreaking in its day, and still a benchmark/standard for serious study in occult today.

Kurt E. Koch studied Medicine as well as Theology, was a priest of the Lutheran Church in the state of Baden.  He specialized in youth work, occult counseling, and evangelism (even being a missionary in Africa).  (info taken from the German language Wikipedia entry)

I whole-heartily recommend his work.

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Matthew C Jones | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Oct 21 2010 7:35 AM

Dan DeVilder:
Kurt Koch was a pioneer regarding our modern understanding of occult and demon possession.  What makes him so valuable is that he has both a belief/experience in the reality of the occult and demonic activity as well as a zeal to differentiate that from mental illness. 

I can definitely recommend Koch's "Christian Counseling and Occultism: A Complete Guidebook to Occult Oppression and Deliverance."

It was given to me by Grayson Ensign, another author (and retired Bible college president) who wrote a very helpful book on demon oppression & possession. That book is. "Bothered? Bewildered? Bewitched? and is out of print but available used. I'd really like it in Logos along with Koch's books.

 

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Ted Hans | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Oct 21 2010 9:20 AM

Dan DeVilder:

We cannot have a collection that addresses the occult without the venerable German author Kurt E. Koch (deceased; and note: he is not the living Swiss Roman Catholic born in 1950).

Kurt Koch was a pioneer regarding our modern understanding of occult and demon possession.  What makes him so valuable is that he has both a belief/experience in the reality of the occult and demonic activity as well as a zeal to differentiate that from mental illness.  We see the Bible itself making such differentiations (sickness, possession, sickness caused by Satan, etc).  I encountered him while doing research on the occult for a youth counseling class while working with a teenager who was caught up in the occult.  Here are some of Kurt Koch's (a Lutheran) books dealing with the occult (he has many others on different topics--second coming, speaking in tongues, missionary field experience, etc):

  1. Christian Counseling and Occultism: A Complete Guidebook to Occult Oppression and Deliverance
  2. Demonology Past and Present: Identifying and Overcoming Demonic Strongholds
  3. Occult ABC: Exposing Occult Practices and Ideologies
  4. Occult Bondage and Deliverance: Counseling the Occultly Oppressed
  5. Occult Practices and Beliefs: A Biblical Examination from A to Z
  6. The Lure of the Occult: 193 Case Studies of Occult Enslavement and Deliverance

Finding a complete listing is not easy.  There may be other titles of his with the Occult theme that are different, or just rebranded.  However, his insight was groundbreaking in its day, and still a benchmark/standard for serious study in occult today.

Kurt E. Koch studied Medicine as well as Theology, was a priest of the Lutheran Church in the state of Baden.  He specialized in youth work, occult counseling, and evangelism (even being a missionary in Africa).  (info taken from the German language Wikipedia entry)

I whole-heartily recommend his work.

Yes. How this escaped me I cannot tell. I have all his books in my paper library and I am surprise it did not occur to me to suggest it's inclusion in Logos. Many thanks for drawing my attention and others to this resource.

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Friedrich | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Oct 21 2010 11:07 AM

Ted Hans:
I have all his books in my paper library

Wow, really?!  Any ones that you especially like?  I am curious, too, are any of those duplicates/retreads (I saw a book on Google Books under one title, but the book cover showed a different one.  SOmething about "Devil's Alphabet" or ABC's or something).

I think I have only read one, a hardbound at the library, and I don't remember the title.

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abdool gafoor | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Apr 17 2011 6:55 PM

 

i read koch in bible school he is deep indeed.  I am currently interested  in his work in africa i believe this is where he got his experience in  demonology. Has  he done any specific writing on his africa missions?

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Milkman | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Apr 18 2011 8:45 AM

I have 5 of the 10 listed in paperback. If the other 5 were available as singles, I'd grab them.

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Friedrich | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Apr 23 2011 8:44 AM

abdool gafoor:

 

i read koch in bible school he is deep indeed.  I am currently interested  in his work in africa i believe this is where he got his experience in  demonology. Has  he done any specific writing on his africa missions?

i don't have the answer to that, abdool.  perhaps a google search might unearth a bit more on that.

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