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Spiritual warfare victory! A biblical and theological rationale with practical tools for advancing God’s Kingdom. Supernatural Forces in Spiritual Warfare: Wrestling with Dark Angels is a compilation of keynote speaker presentations in an important symposium that was a public legitimizing of academic pursuits in fields related to the supernatural power of God both for local church ministries and for world evangelization. Topics include:
  •   Power Evange­lism: Definitions and Directions by John ...
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Overview

Spiritual warfare victory! A biblical and theological rationale with practical tools for advancing God’s Kingdom. Supernatural Forces in Spiritual Warfare: Wrestling with Dark Angels is a compilation of keynote speaker presentations in an important symposium that was a public legitimizing of academic pursuits in fields related to the supernatural power of God both for local church ministries and for world evangelization. Topics include:
  •   Power Evange­lism: Definitions and Directions by John Wimber
  •   We Are at War by Ed Murphy
  •   Deception: Satan’s Chief Tactic by Timothy M. Warner
  •   Pentecostal/Charismatic Understanding of Exorcism by L. Grant McClurig Jr.
  •   Sickness and Suffering in the New Testament by Peter H. Davids
  •   In Dark Dungeons of Collective Captivity by F. Douglas Pennoyer
In addition to these scholars, well-known pastor, ministry leader, and teacher, Dr. C. Peter Wagner examines the role spiritual warfare played in Christ’s ministry—and applies it to today’s battles. You don’t have to be afraid of spiritual warfare—you have God’s supernatural forces on your side every day in every way. 
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780768487916
  • Publisher: Destiny Image, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/16/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 272
  • Sales rank: 262,590
  • File size: 696 KB

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C. Peter Wagner is Vice-President and Apostolic Ambassador for Global Spheres, Inc., a vibrant organization that equips the body of Christ nationally and internationally, providing apostolic/prophetic equipping and alignment for kingdom-minded leaders both in the church and in the workplace.  Wagner travels extensively and has authored over 70 books.  He is also the founder and lead apostle of Eagles Vision Apostolic Team consisting of 25 recognized apostles.            Wagner served as a field missionary to Bolivia 1956-1971; he taught church growth in the Fuller Seminary School of Intercultural Studies 1971-2001; he was the founding President of Global Harvest Ministries; and he is the founder and Chancellor Emeritus of Wagner Leadership Institute.  He holds the Ph.D. in Social Ethics from the University of Southern California.  Peter and his wife, Doris, have three children, nine grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren, making their home in Colorado Springs.
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Table of Contents

Preface 9

Introduction 11

Chapter 1 Power Evangelism Definitions and Directions John Wimber 21

Response Paul Watney 47

Chapter 2 We are at War Ed Murphy 53

Chapter 3 Territorial Spirits C. Peter Wagner 75

Response Byron D. Klaus 93

Chapter 4 Deception: Satan's Chief Tactic Timothy M. Warner 101

Response James D. Simpson 113

Chapter 5 Finding Freedom in Christ Neil T. Anderson 121

Response John D. Ellenberger 153

Chapter 6 The Holy Spirit and Power: A Wesleyan Understanding Donald Hohensee 161

Response Opal L. Reddin 175

Chapter 7 A Pentecostal and Charismatic Understanding of Exorcism L. Grant McClurig Jr. 185

Chapter 8 Sickness and Suffering in the new Testament Peter H. Davids 201

Response Walter R. Bodine 221

Chapter 9 In Dark Dungeons of Collective Captivity F. Douglas Pennoyer 229

Response Charles H. Kraft 249

Chapter 10 Power Evangelism in Pioneer Mission John Louwerse 259

Response Edgar J. Elliston 273

Chapter 11 Out of Africa: Evangelism and Spiritual Warfare Donald R. Jacobs 279

Chapter 12 The Relevance of Power Ministries for Folk Muslims J. Dudley Woodberry 289

Response Dean S. Gilliland 305

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    An In Dept Study of Power Evangelism and Spiritual Warfare

    An In Depth Study of Power Evangelism and Spiritual Warfare C. Peter Wagner has compiled the works and observations of highly respected participants in a symposium representing Pentecostal, Charismatic, and traditional Evangelical institutions of higher learning who convened to consider significant issues on teachings regarding the Holy Spirit, spiritual warfare, and prayer. John Wimber of the Vineyard Ministries presented the keynote address titled “Power Evangelism: Definition and Direction.” John Wimber’s address set the theme for the symposium. The twelve chapters in this book “Supernatural Forces in Spiritual Warfare: Wrestling with Dark Angels” are gleaned from Wimber’s address, those of many other recognized participants, and responses to the presentations. Wimber opens by describing his own “spiritual pilgrimage;” he goes on to consider how Jesus evangelized, and His commission to the disciples, and then introduces the concepts of Kingdom conflict, power encounters, and supernatural insights. I particularly found Ed Murphy’s contribution on Spiritual Warfare, Neil T. Anderson’s “Finding Freedom in Christ,” and the chapters dealing with the Wesleyan understand practical and helpful. I also looked forward to the summaries and conclusions to the teachings on exorcism, and demonic influences. Participants of the consortium went back to their institutions feeling that the general consensus and response to the symposium opened the door to academic pursuit to further study, and provided an equipping tool for equipping students, in subjects related to the supernatural power of God in Church ministry and world evangelism. “Supernatural Forces in Spiritual Warfare: Wrestling with Dark Angels” is destined to become the principal work on the reading list of every academic class on the subjects of the Holy Spirit, spiritual warfare, prayer, evangelism, and missionology. A complimentary review copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

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