No one thinks much about the Devil anymore. In fact, words like witchcraft and black magic have a strangely medieval ring to our ears. Many people even think of Satan as somehow comic -- and therefore harmless. Yet amidst the tragedy and corruption of our own century, it is ironic that many people doubt whether an active, evil force really exists. But Satan is not dead, says author Hal Lindsey; he has simply adopted a more modern style. Spiritualism, astrology, "new age" religion -- all of these and more are signs of the creeping influence of the Father of Lies in our time. In this book, Hal Lindsey, well-known speaker and author of the best-selling Late Great Planet Earth, outlines a battle plan for overcoming this very real and insidious enemy. The times may change, but the conflict is as old as the Garden of Eden. Whatever happened to old What's-his-name?
|Contributor(s)||Hal Lindsey , Carole C. Carlson|
|About the Contributor(s)||Hal Lindsey
Hal Lindsay is the author of numerous fiction and non-fiction books, including Blood Moon and Apocalypse Code.
Carole C. Carlson
C. C. Carlson is the author of co-author of many books, including Our Values: Stories and Wisdom, and The Teacher Who Couldn't Read.
|Publish Date||Dec 3, 1972|
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