The power of curses as it relates to Christian ministry : practices, beliefs, implication / by Reinhild Dopatka. [print]

By: Dopatka, Reinhild [author]Publisher: 1989Description: vii, 113 leaves ; 29 cmContent type: unspecified Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Columbia Biblical Seminary and Graduate School of Missions. Ministry Perspective Project | Animism -- Relations -- Christianity | ReligionLOC classification: BV4070.D692.P694 1989Online resources: Copyright permission request form. COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Background Research questions Benefits of study Data collection procedure Organization of study.
Animism-belief in a spirit world Animistic practices: magic, witchcraft, and sorcery Curses-a worldwide phenomenon Summary.
Towards a definition of curses Why cursing occurs How cursing occurs When cursing occurs Conditions to increase the effectiveness of a curse Ways of counteracting a curse Summary.
Curses in the Bible-a definition Biblical curses pronounced by God Biblical curses pronounced by men Biblical curses-an analysis Satan-the source of evil power Christ-the victor over evil Summary.
Evidence supporting a Christian's vulnerability Evidence refuting a Christian's vulnerability Biblical evidence Conclusions.
Animism and Christianity: comparison and contrast Understanding occult bondage Power encounter Effective Bible teaching in animistic cultures Preparation for ministry Summary.
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Ministry Perspective Project submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts, Columbia Biblical Seminary and Graduate School of Missions, Columbia, South Carolina, 1989.

Bibliography: leaves 104-113.

Introduction

Background Research questions Benefits of study Data collection procedure Organization of study.

1. The Religio-Cultural Context: Animism

Animism-belief in a spirit world Animistic practices: magic, witchcraft, and sorcery Curses-a worldwide phenomenon Summary.

2. Curses: Actual Beliefs and Practices

Towards a definition of curses Why cursing occurs How cursing occurs When cursing occurs Conditions to increase the effectiveness of a curse Ways of counteracting a curse Summary.

3. A Biblical Perspective on Curses

Curses in the Bible-a definition Biblical curses pronounced by God Biblical curses pronounced by men Biblical curses-an analysis Satan-the source of evil power Christ-the victor over evil Summary.

4. Can a Christian Be Affected By A Curse?

Evidence supporting a Christian's vulnerability Evidence refuting a Christian's vulnerability Biblical evidence Conclusions.

5. Implications for Christian Ministry

Animism and Christianity: comparison and contrast Understanding occult bondage Power encounter Effective Bible teaching in animistic cultures Preparation for ministry Summary.

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