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by E. James Wilder

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ISBN:
080079270X
Author:
E. James Wilder
Category:
Christian Living
Language:
English
Publisher:
Chosen Books Pub Co (July 1, 1999)
Pages:
344 pages
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1540 kb
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Rating:
4.4
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652


James Wilder, an ordained minister and licensed clinical psychologist, holds an . My only complaint is that the population he describes as coming out of the occult seem to be those who got into it by choice

James Wilder, an ordained minister and licensed clinical psychologist, holds an . in theology from Fuller Seminary and a P. in clinical psychology from Fuller Graduate School of Psychology. He is a frequent speaker at spiritual warfare conferences and professional counselor conferences. My only complaint is that the population he describes as coming out of the occult seem to be those who got into it by choice. He talked a lot about why people get into and stay in the occult, which is good; but said little about those of us coming out of transgenerational sm, and the unique problems that come with helping someone who is programmed/mind controlled.

Start by marking The Red Dragon Cast Down: A. .This comprehensive, authoritative work clarifies how the redemptive work of Christ, at home and in the community, is central to facing evil, particularly as expressed in cults and the occult.

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As E. James Wilder explains, we are all part of a natural community made up of our families, friends, work and culture, as well as part of a spiritual community that revolves around God or Satan. When a person fails to receive proper love and support, the door is opened for cults and the occult to provide for those needs.

When Christians and the Christian community fail to give people proper love and support, the door is opened for cults and the occult to provide for these human needs. Additional Product Features. Alternative Belief Systems. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 2 pre-owned listings.

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The Red Dragon Cast Down by: E James Wilder A Redemptive Approach to the Occult and Satanism. Just Between Father & Son by: E James Wilder A personal guide through the transition to adult maturity. How to become an adult told as it really happened between Wilder and his son. This beautiful and warm hard cover book makes an excellent gift for parents of grade school aged children, men who grew up without active fathers, and anyone who did not have a good bond with their own father. You will learn how to become an adult, deal with sexuality.

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What causes a person to become involved in Satanism? How should Christians respond to the real threats of cults and the occult?

As E. James Wilder explains, the Bible teaches that we are all part of two communities, one natural and one spiritual. The natural community is made up of our families, friends, work, and culture, while the spiritual community revolves around God or Satan. When Christians and the Christian community fail to give people proper love and support, the door is opened for cults and the occult to provide for these human needs. This practical, comprehensive book shows how changes in the spiritual world that began with the first Christmas give Christians the power to affect both the spiritual and natural world.

Upbeat and nonsensational, The Red Dragon Cast Down will encourage those seeking answers. This powerful tool for those with cult or occult backgrounds, ministry and prayer teams, church communities, and parents is the only book that approaches restoration from evil using a community-based counseling perspective.

  • Ximathewi
Excellent!! I would recommend it to anyone. A very good read and needs to be known in this day and time.
  • Tejora
Clinical, yet works well for the layman.
  • Drelalen
THIS BOOK IS EXCELLENT ON THIS TOPIC. AUTHOR IS AN EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONAL WHO DID HIS HOMEWORK BEFORE WRITING THIS BOOK.
  • Hurus
Dr. Jim Wilder has shared with us some wonderful insights on Jesus Christs redemption for us and what He then asks of us in response. I thank Dr. Wilder for not going into the details of what he deals with on a daily basis and sensationalizing this book but helping us work through where our responsibilities lie. He is very open about his own home situation and the redemption process that continues there. This is a book that should be read by counselors, church leaders/lay people and parents in order to be aware of what to watch for in our society and what/who it is that is drawing our loved ones away from families and churches. It also makes us aware of how we as Christians need to come out of our "comfort zone" in coming along side of those that are looking for love and acceptance. Dr. Wilder challenges us to open our hearts and minds to becoming "family" to those that have not experienced a loving family life and having enough trust in God to know that He is greater than Satan and will continue to conquer the enemy if we only will choose to trust Him in our desire to serve Him in this way. Thank you for giving us this challenge and sharing with us the challenges you face on a daily basis.
  • Perilanim
As a survivor of SRA/MC, I believe that every pastor or church leader, as well as anyone interested in counseling or prayer ministry should read this book. It was difficult for me, personally, because the vision that Dr. Wilder has of churches coming together to form communities of "spiritual adoption" is very hard to put together. Its a subject that understandably makes one uncomfortable, but as followers of Jesus, we aren't called to comfort, we are called to service. What higher calling, than to help those who live in the greatest darkness and horror imaginable. Dr. Wilder's descriptions of different kind of bonds people form was helpful to me, in understanding my own relational problems. His testimony about how he and his wife were affected by his ministry is essential knowledge for anyone to learn from who desires to minister to survivors with this background. My only complaint is that the population he describes as coming out of the occult seem to be those who got into it by choice. He talked a lot about why people get into and stay in the occult, which is good; but said little about those of us coming out of transgenerational Satanism/Luciferianism, and the unique problems that come with helping someone who is programmed/mind controlled. I would be grateful to Dr. Wilder if he would write a book for survivors of this type, who in the realistic world we live in presently where we have little help and support, need to know how to get out and get healed. I'm waiting anxiously...
  • Xisyaco
Red Dragon Cast Down is a profound message that the christian world would do well to heed. As a 'lay' individual, the book has been encouaraging to me. It has been encouraging in the respect that the author speaks to needs that are often left unthought of, unknown, misunderstood and/or simply ignored. The book covers far more than 'needs' as expressed above.....it is a profound book which speaks to bonds, identity, community, and the impact of the lack thereof. The book also has a personal touch with some of the author's story woven throughout. From my vantage point, the author offers hope and understanding to those of us who are struggling, while at the same time wisely guiding those who are seeking to counsel/support. Wilder is covering important material that is so often poorly understood or simply ignored and dismissed.
  • Simple fellow
This book was excellent! Every pastor, prayer minister, and church leader needs to read this book. Hurting people are coming into our churches looking for help. If we do not know how to help them they will turn, drugs, alcohol, or the occult. This book has answers. I encourage those loving Christians considering spiritual adoption to consider carefully the commitment they are about to make. It is so needed! However it is a life long commitment. If you tell someone you will be a spiritual parent to them and then change your mind because it turned out to be more of a commitment than you anticipated, you will damage that person as badly or perhaps worse that the abuse they are trying to recover from. Everyone should read this book.
I'm Director of Counsellor Training for Elijah House Canada and highly recommend this book to anyone dealing with severe abuse. There is information about love bonds, fear bonds, weak bonds. There is invaluable information about identity building and repair. Chapter 8's section on 20 Guidelines for Trauma Teams is worth the price of the book alone. Counselors, anyone hearing people talk about their severe abuse needs to know how to detox. See chapter 8.