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Interview with an Exorcist
     

Interview with an Exorcist

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by Fr. Jose Antonio Fortea
 

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In today’s culture of scientific enlightenment, many consider belief in demonic possession and exorcism to be superstitious remnants of the Dark Ages. Even many Christians, contrary to the clear words of Jesus in the Gospel, scoff at the notion that the Devil and demons really exist. Is demonic possession real? Are believers really in any danger from Satan and

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In today’s culture of scientific enlightenment, many consider belief in demonic possession and exorcism to be superstitious remnants of the Dark Ages. Even many Christians, contrary to the clear words of Jesus in the Gospel, scoff at the notion that the Devil and demons really exist. Is demonic possession real? Are believers really in any danger from Satan and his crafty minions? What is the truth about exorcism? This book has these answers, and much more! 100 questions and answers!

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012541864
Publisher:
Ascension Press
Publication date:
09/02/2007
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
130
Sales rank:
490,802
File size:
94 KB

Meet the Author

Fr. José Antonio Fortea is a priest of the Diocese of Alcalá de Henares (Madrid) in Spain and an expert in the field of demonology. An approved exorcist of his diocese, he has conducted numerous exorcisms and lectures on this topic throughout the world. In 1998, he successfully defended his thesis for a licentiate degree in theology, entitled “Exorcism in the Present Age,” under the direction of the secretary of the Commission for the Doctrine of the Faith of the Spanish Bishops Conference.

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Interview with an Exorcist: An Insider's Look at the Devil, Demonic Possession, and the Path to Deliverance 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Father Fortea is one of the worlds credible experts on the subject of exorcism. The book is not a collection of exorcism stories. It is a Q & A of subjects such as angels,demons,faith, exorcism, and how to recognize if you are faced with a demonic presense.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book started a bit slow. But as the questions got deeper i found i had to put it down for awhile here and there. Very good format. Not a good book to read in bed if you need your sleep though. Thank you. Cami Long Beach, WA
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I could not put this book down. It is written in question and answer style..very thought provoking.
Anonymous 10 days ago
Excellent book...it is really life.
Guest More than 1 year ago
In this book Father Fortea tells not only about Exorcism but everything surrounding it. He is clear and concise. He gives his opinion, his point of view. The point of view of someone who's been in the fox hole with demons. It's hard not to respect someone like that. I am not even a christian and I found this book a fascinating read. Get it, if you dare.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An insightful interview with Fr. Fortea about his field work as an exorcist. He discusses how a person becomes possessed as well as the tricks the demons use during an exorcism to distract the exorcist. Endlessly fascinating. Viewers would also enjoy "Jenna's Flaw," a novel about Satanism, demonic possession, and paranormal activity in the Midwest.
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Blvir More than 1 year ago
I love reading about TRUE theology  and the phenomena of demonic possession. This airs on the superstitious side and too many assumptions  of demon' motive. After 10 pages of reading this I was really turned off. Too much preaching and not enough facts.  I've read many books concerning   the subject of "demons" (definition that dumb people use today) and this book has too many conclusions that only hold up to the religious and not to our own generation.