Hostage to the Devil by Malachi Martin Interview with an Exorcist by José Antonio Fortea The Rite by Matt Baglio The Day Satan Called by Bill Scott I Am Not. by Fr. Jose Antonio Fortea In today’s culture of scientific enlightenment, many consider belief in demonic possession and exorcism to be superstitious remnants . Interview With an Exorcist – FR JOSE ANTONIO FORTEA. By: FR JOSE ANTONIO FORTEA. Many current movies like Constantine, Hellboy and.
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I earned some new ideas about what demons are and how they relate to angels.
The entire book reads like a magazine interview with a question followed by wlth answer. Fortea uses an ideology based firmly on the text of the Bible and the teachings of the Church, and what’s most important is that he de-glamorizes demonic posse A very interesting look into the real world of exorcism and demonic possession.
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I tend to forteea somewhere in the middle. What really changed everything is that Father Gabriele Amorth began to speak publicly about the topic of demonic possession and appeared everywhere. Of course, most books on the subject are written from the perspective of the Catholic Church while Protestantism tends to ignore the subject all together.
The answers are very well written and thought out. My one issue is that there are some sections in which the information cannot be fully proven. It was only after my first book that many more cases began presenting themselves. Many people think that the people who call in believing they are possessed are crazy.
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It’s very clear that many priests wih changed their ideas. Montemayor rated it really liked it Shelves: Also of interest is Fr. They put the child in a University hospital staffed with psychiatrists. I was called in, and when I saw her I asked her for her name in Latin. I enjoyed this book, very much. These two doctrines have been abandoned by the modern church and cast into the closet.
I exorcisr all pick up this book, especially Catholics as we need to prove to the world that these threats are real and we must always turn to God for his love and fear not the devil and his demons.
Interview With a Real Life Exorcist
It is hard to find books about demons or angels in Lithuania, but Intefview found this translated and bought it. I just believe that this topic and style could have been executed better. It felt philosophical in the way the exorcist gave his answers. Highly theological but pretty clear.
Interview With an Exorcist: I am convinced by the case because I iterview her something that she couldn’t possibly know, and she said the name of a person in reply.
Though I am not a Catholic and this book is written based on strict Catholic doctrine, it is useful and full of insight for Christians of any denomination and the general reader interested in the topic.
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Created not to scare but to empower us against the enemies. Thank you Father Fortea for your time tonight in sharing this fascinating work with the readers of LoveToKnow. A book of personal experienced that illuminated the role of demons and exorcism in real life. With the State of the Church now, confessing to a priest who may have done horrific things himself, does lnterview motivate me.
Jul 17, Kyrsten rated it it was amazing. What would you have to say to any LoveToKnow readers who intervjew that they could be experiencing these sorts of things in their own lives?
Still a good book that’s worth reading though. It was a very quick read. I told the doctors, “She has been in the hospital for weeks – we’re going to go for a walk in the morning”. There was an unpublished book in Spain at the time, but a other on the subject. No trivia or quizzes yet. Jul 03, Jeremy Walker rated it really liked it. Father Fortea is a real life exorcist, parish priest and author of Interview With an Exorcistan insider’s view into demonic possession and exorcism.
Nothing juicy, but some great insight into the mind of an exorcist.
The Church was only beginning to name exorcists. What I’ve witnessed sometimes, though not always, is the ability to speak in other languages, great strength, knowledge of intervview impossible for them to know, and levitation twice. This book presents the themes of demonic possession, exorcism and demonology from a Catholic perspective.
The child was there for a fortsa without any improvement. If you asked a priest in the ’80s or ’90s, they would have very liberal ideas. While most of my knowledge of exorcism has been limited to Hollywood portrayals, this short read gives a candid look into the ministry of the exoecist from a real one.
Before actually delving into the subjects of possession and such Father Jose Antonio Fortea gave ample knowledge not only about the battle of the angels and how the devil and demons came to be, but also how they use temptation to ruin our souls, but also that much of that temptation is brought on upon ourselves and our weaknesses.
Written by one of the Church’s foremost experts on intreview topic, “Interview with an Exorcist” is based on Fr.
I found this book to be engaging and interesting.