Operation Screwtape: The Art of Spiritual War

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Know the enemy. Anticipate his attack.

Expert linguist Dr. Andrew Farley has discovered a device containing thousands of archived files that reveal a worldwide spiritual conspiracy. Operation Screwtape, the largest of these files, details an intelligent scheme to steal, kill, and destroy.

At great personal risk to himself and his reputation, Dr. Farley has translated this ...

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Overview

Know the enemy. Anticipate his attack.

Expert linguist Dr. Andrew Farley has discovered a device containing thousands of archived files that reveal a worldwide spiritual conspiracy. Operation Screwtape, the largest of these files, details an intelligent scheme to steal, kill, and destroy.

At great personal risk to himself and his reputation, Dr. Farley has translated this document and made it available to the world. What you do with this information is up to you.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780801014475
  • Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 1/15/2013
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 661,079
  • Product dimensions: 5.10 (w) x 7.10 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Andrew Farley is the bestselling author of The Naked Gospel and God Without Religion. He is also a linguistics professor at Texas Tech University and pastor of Ecclesia Bible Church. Andrew's writings have been featured by national news outlets such as PBS, ABC, and FOX.

Connect with Andrew on Facebook and Twitter (@DrAndrewFarley). Visit AndrewFarley.org to watch videos, get free downloads, and find out more about Andrew's bestselling books.

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  • Posted February 5, 2013

    Andrew Farley is one of my favorite up and coming Christian writ

    Andrew Farley is one of my favorite up and coming Christian writers and teachers.  In his latest book,  Operation Screwtape: The Art
    of Spiritual War , he takes a stab at the topic of spiritual warfare by revisiting C. S. Lewis’ classic Screw Tape Letters.

    This is a very strong book. This is a very good book.  However, it is also a "terrifying, hilarious, little-too-true-to-be-fun" book.

    Using the same technique as Lewis’ original the book is put forward as a tactical war manual, laying out various lines of attack
     that Satan's minions, called dragons, can employ in the war for men's souls, called patients. 

    Operation Screwtape is clearly a fiction book, however, the methods of spiritual warfare described in its pages are obviously part
    of the real battles raging around humanity every day. By thinking about reality in terms of the enemy's tactics to “steal, kill, and
    destroy” us, the Farley illuminates for the reader how to avoid the land mines laid out by the enemy and engage in the battle for
    their lives, the lives of our friends and the lives of their family.  Considering the subject matter it was great that the chapters were
    short enough to take in small bites, then stop and digest what you have read. 

    A very good book.   Farley is not Lewis, but who is?   That  being said, this is a very presentation and revelation of the battle we
    wage not against flesh and blood but against the prince and principalities of the air.  

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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