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Dalbey is one of the more prominent figures in the Christian men's movement; some readers may know him already from Healing the Masculine Soul, Fight Like a Man, or Father and Son: The Wound, the Healing, the Call to Manhood. Here, Dalbey moves into new and more dangerous territories: memoir and demon possession. Self-important memoirs by little ministers fly through LJ's offices without cease. Dalbey redeems the impulse to talk about himself by focusing on the true peril: demons. He views demons as real and literal, both in Scripture and modern life, but he also sees that they mirror weaknesses in the self. Some readers may be dismayed by his literalism, as well as his reliance on dubious armchair psychology (did you know that lesbians hate women because of their cold mothers?), but Dalbey has a strong readership.