Annotated Bibliography -- By: Anonymous

Journal: Reformation and Revival
Volume: RAR 04:1 (Winter 1995)
Article: Annotated Bibliography
Author: Anonymous


Annotated Bibliography

*Alexander, William M. Demonology in the New Testament. Edinburgh, Scotland: T & T Clark, 1902. I think this volume is out of print, but it is a true “classic” and worth finding and studying carefully.

Anderson, Neil T. The Bondage Breaker. Eugene, Oregon: Harvest House, 1990. According to modern readers, a “classic.” Beware of books called “classics” before their time! (See review of Anderson’s books in this issue.)

Anderson, Neil T. Victory Over the Darkness. Ventura, California: Regal Books, 1990. If modern readers were more acquainted with classics on sanctification like the works of Puritan John Owen, books like this would never become “best sellers.”

Arnold, Clinton E. Powers of Darkness: Principalities and Powers in Paul’s Letters. Downers Grove, Illinois: Inter Varsity Press, 1992. A more serious exegetical treatment of the subject but still lacking in a sound idea of progressive sanctification and the place of evil.

Barnhouse, Donald Grey. The Invisible War. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1965. A wonderfully written, simple, homiletical treatment of the subject. Barnhouse is a great source for preachers.

Davis, John J. Demons, Exorcism and the Evangelical. Winona Lake, Indiana: BMH Books, 1977. A simple, sound, helpful, small booklet.

Davis, John J. Contemporary Counterfeits. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1973. A small booklet that examines modern occult practices well.

Dickason, C. Fred. Angels: Elect and Evil. Chicago: Moody Press, 1975. A fair and substantial treatment of the subject, which addresses the subject of fallen angels well.

Dickason, C. Fred. Demon Possession and the Christian: A New Perspective. Wheaton: Crossway, 1987. The emphasis upon the word “new” in the subtitle tells you a lot. (See review in this issue.)

Frederickson, Bruce G. How to Respond to Satanism. St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1988. A simple, helpful treatment from a Lutheran publishing house.

Green, Michael. Exposing the Prince of Darkness. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Servant Publications, 1981. Michael Green, though often an excellent popular writer, does not deliver a well-balanced treatment in this work.

Ice, Thomas and Dean, Robert, Jr. A Holy Rebellion: Strategy for Spiritual Warfare. Eugene, Oregon: Harvest House Publishers, 1990. Better than many popular treatments in treating the believer and demons but not in the same class as Puritan material...

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