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Exorcism and the Church Militant: Fr. Euteneuer, Pro-Life Leader, Is Also an Exorcist Comments

By the end of my interview with Father Euteneuer, I realized my initial question about being frightened of demons had betrayed my misunderstanding of the limits of demonic power. Exorcism and the Church Militant is a book that should provide guidance to many for years to come, especially for parents who need a reminder that the occult is not innocent entertainment. Continue Reading

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  1. Jack
    4 years ago

    I strongly believe demons and fallen angels are completely different in that demons are the souls/spirits of those killed in the flood. They are the offspring of the unholy mating of the sons of God (fallen angels) with the daughters of menwho cannot be redeemed and seek another body to inhabit (Gen 6 and Jude). All flesh (except for Noah and family) of the earth had to be destroyed because the DNA and bloodlines had been corrupt by the unholy hybrids. Noah and family were the last carrying the unperverted bloodline for the coming Savior.

  2. Nate Gray
    4 years ago

    The "church" has no power. Christ is the power. People who put the emphasis on "the church" are forgetting that.

  3. Brenda
    4 years ago

    We have a practicing Wiccan on our school board.
    She has been there for 7 years.
    Many in the community know this.
    Most don't care.
    The district leadership is shockingly unethical, immoral, and corrupt.
    Things are completely upside down.
    Lies are truth and truth are lies.
    Everything is about image not substance.

    Please pray for our kids and community.
    www.lovejoyschools.com

  4. Mr. Truthiness
    4 years ago

    Jesus was Jewish and died Jewish. You all should be Jewish too.

  5. Burn all churches.
    4 years ago

    Hahaha, seriously guys, you are killing me:D Twilight and Harry P. enter a "window" into "possession" and evil? Religious people should do more stand-up comedy.

  6. Mike
    4 years ago

    Typical fear mongering of The Roman Catholic Church. They present a picture of the demonic and they offer no hope. Their mumbled prayers, their latin phrases, they're holy water, and their crucifixes have no power over Satan and his legions. Safety from demonic forces can only be found in Christ himself ~ a subject the Romanists know even less of.

  7. Jared
    4 years ago

    just a few weeks ago yoga was reported to be the pathway to demonic possession, and now harry potter too? would i be doubly vulnerable if i practiced yoga whilst listening to a harry potter audiobook?

    im not trying to knock anyone's beliefs here, but where do we draw the line and begin to filter this sort of lunacy from our societies?

    anyone remember rock and roll being the devil's playground? elvis presley, the king of rock and roll was also one of the greatest gospel singers of all time.

    bottom line is that there is not a single shred of empirical proof that anyone has ever been possessed as a result of any of these things ive mentioned.

    once again, i dont wish to denigrate the belief system of others, but quite frankly i must ask - why must there always be fear?

  8. Gerry
    4 years ago

    How sad that devout, well-meaning people condemn great books like the Harry Potter series. Those who do are just plain ignorant -- and clearly haven't read the books, as they portray a clear-cut theme of good vs. evil. Voldemort is portrayed as a despicable and evil force in the world. He and his followers are not glamorized; and in the end they pay for their crimes. Those small-minded and petty people who condemn the Harry Potter books need to be reminded of the words of G.K. Chesterton, one of the great Catholic writers of the 20th century, who said, "Fairy tales are important, not because they tell us that dragons are real, but because they tell us that dragons can be defeated."

  9. harry
    4 years ago

    Demons exist only in the mind of the beholder, and are a product of your religious and cultural indoctrination. Mentally ill people who believe they are 'possessed' need the help of medical professionals, not unqualified Catholic exorcists who simply reinforce the sick persons erroneous beliefs (and their own).

  10. White Dog
    4 years ago

    This article is basically about a book written by a priest who has seen and treated first hand many individuals either oppressed or possessed by demonds and evil spirits. One of the recruiting tools Satan uses are pretty little stories that entice youngsters into dabbling in the occult. They then try to increase their powers by getting in deeper and deeper. Apparently this is a gradual process of slowly leading the mind away from the things of God to those of Satan. Think of it as a BP oil spill of the consciousness. For a long while you see nothing, but then one day things appear on your shores which you can do little about. Old ties between family members and friends dies and are replace by the arrival of bizzard scavagers and fatal bactrial infections. Not to mention the inhalible poisonous VOC's. When the demons finally arrive to claim you, they will no come alone, but bring a host of friends with them. Both human and invisible. Matter factly, some here are such depraved individuals. You can tell by their comments. Little do they realize, that God separated the light from the darkness. So where did God put the darkness? In its own dimension. Jesus described hell as increadibly dark, unbearably hot, and under intense compression. This is a perfedt discription of a universe that is behaving like a black hole would. The dimensions of such would have shrunk smaller than our awareness could percieve, thus rendering it invisible to our eyes. Therefore, Hell can be mathematically proven to exist. But still many will not believe, yet will still follow the allure Satans will use on them.


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