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<transcy>How to face the enemy (comment affronter l'ennemi) </transcy>

John MacArthur
by Impact
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Many Christians believe that we should pretend that Satan and his army of demons do not exist. Others say we should learn to fight against them and seek to engage in combat. But what does the Bible say?

In How to Confront the Enemy , John MacArthur explores the origin of spiritual warfare, its present reality, and what our reaction should be. He also examines in detail each of the spiritual weapons, which he points out are primarily defensive in nature, not offensive.

If you're looking for a book that sounds the alarm without being alarmist, you'll appreciate John MacArthur's balanced approach to spiritual warfare in How to Confront the Enemy .

This book includes a study guide to help you better understand and apply the teachings of the Bible through a better understanding of some of its key truths and doctrines. It can be used for personal study or as part of a study group.

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John MacArthur is the pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church, a church in Sun Valley, California, and president of The Master’s University and Seminary. He is known for his fiery display of the scriptures. He is the author of numerous books including a series of commentaries on the New Testament, Parables , Slave and The Gospel according to Jesus

Table of contents

1. The nature of the fight
2. Satan: instrument of God
3. Satan: enemy of the Church
4. The believer's responsibility
5. The call for commitment
6. Protecting Our Minds and Feelings
7. The Good News of Peace
8. Faith: Our Shield
9. The Coming Glory of the Believer
10. The Sword of the Spirit
11. Prayers on the Battlefield
12. Orders for Victory

Personal and Group Study Guide
Bible Index
Subject Index


Author : MacArthur, John
Original title : How to Meet the Enemy
Publisher : Impact
Publication : 1998
ISBN : 978-2-89082-001-2
Pages : 234
Dimensions : 5.5 "x 8.5"
Format : paperback
Weight : 290 g

Customer Reviews

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Difficile à tout comprendre en une seule lecture. je n`ai pas terminé le livre j`en suis au quart. quand je serai plus disponible et plus disposée j`y reviendrai. Merci.