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Who Is the Devil? by Nicolas Corte (2013-02-20)

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  • By kevin p. connolly on July 3, 2015

    At first I had no desire to read this book thinking it would be just another sensationalized personal opinion. For days however I kept feeling an inclination to give it a quick overview. Am I glad I did. This book gives in my opinion the best most concise and lucid explanation of the evil that is called the devil. Not some "cosmic force" but a being totally perverted and whose desire is to totally pervert. I am rereading it in a more studied fashion now. I believe it gives powerful exposition of the battle we face against the principalities, powers and the rulers of this world of darkness , against spiritual wickedness in the heavenly places. Most HIGHLY recommended.

  • By Johnny Curedents on July 19, 2015

    Too many Catholics and other Christians are tempted these days to talk about "evil" rather than Satan. The reason is that they have been co-opted by a secular society that simply does not believe in the fundamental Christian doctrine concerning the devil and his cohort. This short book is a remedy for this unacknowledged sally into heresy. Citing the Bible and the saints, Corte shows us that we must choose between the authentic teaching of the Catholic Church for the last 2000 years concerning Hell and its denizens on the one hand, and the wan, vague, and cozy concept of "evil'' current in modern society on the other.

  • By Anne Cox on October 13, 2015

    I did not anticipate the enriching depth of this book, or the impact it would make on my life. First, I discovered why believing in the devil must be a dogma. Then, starting with the experiences of St Anthony of the desert, I finally understood St Ignatius' Rule which says the bad spirit can urge you to pursue some act which SEEMS holy, but will harm you in the long run. I learned practical steps to recognize the lies the devil presents to us, and more. I encourage you to discover this book!

  • By theped91 on July 22, 2014

    At first I wasn't sure I wanted this book in my home., but after reading it, I now understand that it is reallya guide book to help you realize how the evil one works in your life and how to defend your self. Very wellwritten, a fast read and a very good aspect or a more technical view of how Satan only has one planfor you, and that is for you to spend an eternity in hell with him. Remember that the one that lives in you,(The Holy Spirit) is stronger than the one that is in this world (Satan). Stick to a strong prayer life, walk the narrowpath and don't let this Fallen Angel of Pure Evil block your salvation.

  • By Raymond I. Smithjr on July 19, 2017

    very good discussion of interesting face (s) o f evil in today's world

  • By KT7881 on February 1, 2017

    Informative, gives a historical review of how the devil came to be. Very interesting! If you're into theology or just wanting to know your opponent, check it out.

  • By Michael D. on January 1, 2015

    A must have for those involved in The Work.

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