An Exorcist Explains the Demonic: The Antics of Satan and His Army of Fallen Angels

An Exorcist Explains the Demonic The Antics of Satan and His Army of Fallen Angels From Fr Gabriel Amorth the renowned exorcist in Rome comes this powerful eye opening book on the deadly antics of Satan and his fallen angels as well as spiritual remedies for each These pages pro

  • Title: An Exorcist Explains the Demonic: The Antics of Satan and His Army of Fallen Angels
  • Author: Gabriele Amorth Stephano Stimamiglio Charlotte J. Fasi
  • ISBN: 9781622823451
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Paperback
  • From Fr Gabriel Amorth, the renowned exorcist in Rome, comes this powerful, eye opening book on the deadly antics of Satan and his fallen angels, as well as spiritual remedies for each These pages provide a basic orientation in the dark phenomenology, succinctly explaining Catholic doctrine on the fallen angels and the innumerable manifestations.

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    1. Gabriele Amorth Stephano Stimamiglio Charlotte J. Fasi

      Italian Roman Catholic priest and the senior exorcist of the Diocese of Rome.Amorth authored two books specifically on exorcism The publications marked a defining moment in literary history, being the first public documents to treat this subject The two books An Exorcist Tells His Story and An Exorcist More Stories are not official Roman Catholic documents, rather personal accounts of his office as Exorcist The books use witness accounts and personal experience as evidence.

    342 thoughts on “An Exorcist Explains the Demonic: The Antics of Satan and His Army of Fallen Angels”

    1. 4.5This is an easy introduction to Catholic theology -- most particularly angelogy (which I did not previously know was a thing) and demonology. There are some true accounts of exorcisms, and that is interesting, but pick this up only if you are really looking for a Christian, specifically Catholic (man, I felt guilty almost the whole way through) take on possession and the whole demon thing. I thought the explanation of theology was concise and understandable. However, if you are looking for de [...]

    2. As an author of horror, I am fascinated by demons—especially as portrayed in movies like ‘The Exorcist,’ ‘The Conjuring,’ ‘The Conjuring 2,’ and the more comic ‘Supernatural’ television series. But as a Catholic, I am in truth terrified of the demonic. I believe they not only exist but are striving every day to win over our souls. Strong words? Well, we’re talking about the ultimate battle between Good and Evil, after all.Fr. Gabriele Amorth, who died in Rome this past Septem [...]

    3. Eye Opener of the Evil OneChristians should consider reading this book for the care and well-being of their eternal life. Understanding how the Evil One works is absolutely necessary for eternal happiness.

    4. An outstanding, Christ-centered and hope-filled explanation of the ordinary and extraordinary workings of the evil forces that are "prowling around" looking for the destruction of our souls and, more importantly, the spiritual aids that are at our disposal to resist and defeat their attacks.

    5. I wouldn't be surprised to hear this book builds upon his previous books. Having not read anything by Fr. Amorth before, I can only say this one was great. Gave me a lot to think about.

    6. In the course of two days I delved into a book composed by a priest who experienced demonic possession. With astonishing clarity he explains how demons operate in driving people away from their God. As for my conclusion, Satan himself began as a beautiful Angel who served on behalf of God at one time. However, his pride, intelligence, and self-love turned him away from God. Thus, he rebelled against our Lord, together with his followers. Other Angels chose to love and follow God. Therefore, when [...]

    7. A simple explanation of how, and why to combat sin and the Devil. No glitz just an old priest telling Catholics to practice their faith.

    8. The sections on theology, eschatology, and angels/demons were interesting.but you can find all of that in the Catechism. The sections on possession and demonic activityh. It was unclear and poorly written - rather like a bunch of ramblings. Examples:Harry Potter and marijuana can lead to possession. Stay close to the Church and develop your faith and the Devil will leave you alone. But many of the great saints are used as examples of possession, so apparently that's not really the case. The evil [...]

    9. Superb book with great anecdotes which unpacks many common questions regarding what exorcists do and what exactly they deal with. The most interesting aspects for me was how demons actually go about doing their abominable deeds, how they find their victims, and by what means they are cast out. One of the most fascinating books I've read in a long time.

    10. Far from being a scary book, An Exorcist Explains the Demonic is wonderfully insightful and hopeful. Fr. Amorth's solid belief in a victorious God is shown in every word and page. This is a good read for someone who is curious about how the devil works but doesn't want to be scared with fantastical stories.

    11. I originally started this book as a blog recommendation, and found it to be well written and easy to follow. It gives one pause to realize that the enemy is still there and as crafty as ever - and not just for Catholic souls, but for any that can be ensnared.I thought of writing this erudite review, but having seen several I cannot add. Read it and become aware.

    12. Good solid book. Didn't blow me out of the water per se, but had some interesting insight about prayer and battling Satan. Good read. I'd give it a solid recommendation.

    13. To defeat the enemy, you must know them. A must read for every Catholic, parent, religious, layperson, priest, deacon & Bishop.

    14. Interesting look into the darker side of thingsI enjoyed the insights offered. This is a subject not many people talk about. I do prison ministry and when I brought up the book and the topic of exorcisms, a young inmate exclaimed, "You mean that stuff is real?" Some say this is a topic to be avoided but I disagree (and so does the author). It's easier to do battle when we know the enemy and when we have a game plan.

    15. Wow! This is a really ridiculous book. According to Father Amorth, smoking marijuana, reading Harry Potter books, and swearing opens one up to demonic activity! At the same time, he claims that an innocent person can be affected by generational curses or jealousy. In other words, a baby can be born damaged because his great grandparents played with ouija boards or his father's ex-girlfriend paid a wizard to curse her replacement. I am NOT making this up! Even after years of exorcisms, prayer, fa [...]

    16. Awesome and informative book. Love that he brought in his personal case history experiences. His explains about the demon fallen angels, their attitudes, how people get caught in the 3 types of demonic attacks that the exorcists deal with. How difficult some exorcism are. Things we face the we're not even aware of the people do to cause us harm and so much more. Excellent read!

    17. Educational and Eye OpeningVery educational book on faith and the devil's strategy. I love how there was frequent references to Scripture and the CCC. Highly recommended, no nonsense book.

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