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Gods of power : a study of the beliefs and practices of animists / Philip M. Steyne. [print]

By: Steyne, Philip M [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Houston, Texas : Touch Publications, [(c)1989. Description: 272 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1880828642; 978-1880828649Subject(s): AnimismGenre/Form: Intercultural. LOC classification: GN471.G637 1989GN471.S853.G637 1989COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
PennsylvaniaRT I - Animism: The Power Religion What is Religion? What is Animism? How Animistic are World Religions?
PennsylvaniaRT 2 - Beliefs and Practices Concept of Human Nature The Role of Spirits The Concept of Life-Force The Practice of Ritual Ways to Exercise Control Ways to Receive Messages Ways to Restoration The Role of Specialists Basic Animist Beliefs The Measure of Morality and Ethics
PennsylvaniaRT 3 - Biblical Perspectives on Animism The Biblical Approach to Animism Biblical Response to Specific Animist Practices The Challenge to the Church
Summary: Christians have to know they are at war with 'gods of power.' Nowhere are people free from the onslaughts and the deception perpetrated by powers of darkness. Animism in its myraid forms and expressions infects every human structure. It is Satan's master plan to keep people from walking by faith with the God revealed in the Bible. AMAZON https://www.amazon.com/Gods-Power-Beliefs-Practices-Animists/dp/1880828642/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1572011970&sr=8-1
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PennsylvaniaRT I - Animism: The Power Religion What is Religion? What is Animism? How Animistic are World Religions?

PennsylvaniaRT 2 - Beliefs and Practices Concept of Human Nature The Role of Spirits The Concept of Life-Force The Practice of Ritual Ways to Exercise Control Ways to Receive Messages Ways to Restoration The Role of Specialists Basic Animist Beliefs The Measure of Morality and Ethics

PennsylvaniaRT 3 - Biblical Perspectives on Animism The Biblical Approach to Animism Biblical Response to Specific Animist Practices The Challenge to the Church

Christians have to know they are at war with 'gods of power.' Nowhere are people free from the onslaughts and the deception perpetrated by powers of darkness. Animism in its myraid forms and expressions infects every human structure. It is Satan's master plan to keep people from walking by faith with the God revealed in the Bible. AMAZON

https://www.amazon.com/Gods-Power-Beliefs-Practices-Animists/dp/1880828642/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1572011970&sr=8-1

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