Has God given his people authority over evil powers that oppress cities and nations? Or have we only been authorized to cast demons out of individuals?
A problem came to the forefront in Christian circles in the 1990s. Believers were suffering devastating demonic attack after attempting to assault “regional principalities.” As a result of these negative and even scary experiences, many concluded that God never gave us authority over these evil powers in the first place.
Jonathan Brenneman re-examines that assessment. While drawing from the lessons learned by previous leaders of the “spiritual warfare” movement, he also challenges many deep-rooted assumptions. He brings to light serious scriptural problems with the position that Christians only have limited authority over Satan’s power. Rather than dismissing the problem of “needless casualties,” he offers a re-diagnosis of the cause.
Readers are saying this teaching has removed the fear and confusion surrounding the topic of spiritual warfare. It also includes:
•Modern-day testimonies of overcoming severe demonic attack, and the lessons learned
•Scriptural and historical examples of a single righteous person displacing a principality
•Testimonies of God’s kingdom advancing regionally as Christians confront and tra
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