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Demonology: Types of Demons & Evil Spirits - Their Names & Activities

Demonic Hierarchy Evil Characteristics Protection From Evil: The Demonology Series, Book 11
Length: 1 hr and 57 mins
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Demons and evil spirits have many names and characteristics that have come down to us through the traditions of the church, the writing of the saints, and the Bible. In addition, these dark spirits have characteristics and activities that are well-known and documented. This book explains it all! A must-listen. This work has been previously reviewed and granted the Imprimatur by Rev. Elden F. Curtiss, former Bishop of the Diocese of Helena, Montana.

©2016 Michael Freze (P)2016 Michael Freze

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nonsense

I could barely listen to this,what a crock of crap,that's some time and money I'll never see again,what a waste.

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  • Rose
  • 02-11-16

Well Grounded

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This is a well grounded and informative book. The author addresses this heavy subject in a biblical and well grounded way. I needed a better understanding, without all the fantasy hype that is often attached to such a subject. I thank the author for presenting this material in a very responsible and safe way.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 11-09-17

Not what I expected

The narrator was bland. Thing that aggravated me the most was that no where in the title does it state that the topic is purely expressed through a Catholic point of view. A majority of the book only quotes scripture and the scripture is loosely tied to the differemt subjects of the chapters.

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