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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Evan Roberts. The classic book on spiritual warfare - the unabridged original with appendices, not one word changed, not one word cut. An advanced te The classic book on spiritual warfare - the unabridged original with appendices, not one word changed, not one word cut. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages.
More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Let me clarify: Undoubtedly Mrs. Jessie Penn-Lewis could be classified as a Pentecostal, yet she is that rare breed, which other Pentecostals despise: a thinking Pentecostal. I first heard of her in Roberts Liardon's book "God's Generals". There she was painted as a dubious figure who kidnapped Evan Roberts, who was then held captive in Mr.
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Now, I believe this is what happened: "God's Generals" admits Evan Roberts had some sort of nervous breakdown. It's not surprising, given his errant theology of non-theology.
He placed experience above all, including the Word of God. Roberts Liardon painted the picture that Mrs. Penn-Lewis perhaps had an unwholesome relationship with Evan Roberts, and that she took advantage of using his name, to further her own writing career.
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Well, it's a blessed thing that she did do the latter. I consider Mrs. Penn-Lewis an honest critic of the Welsh revival. She was witness to a great many unscriptural, ridiculous and dangerous things accredited to the Holy Spirit. In this book, she lays out proper doctrine, side-by-side with the heretical goings-on she witnessed, and which Evan Roberts no doubt facilitated.
The evidence points that what Evan Roberts was doing in her household was being rehabilitated, being educated, being taught the true Gospel of Christ.
Anyone can have an experience. Without the foundation of the Word beneath us, experience cannot be trusted.
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LSD gives an experience. I don't agree with everything in "War on the Saints" but I do agree with much of it. Anyone worried by the influx of superstitious heretical mysticism into Pentecostalism, into now what is called the Charismatic movement, would garner much from this read. Penn-Lewis was not a Calvinist, was not a cessationist, nor a skeptic. She was a Spirit-filled woman on a mission to right what went wrong at the closing of the Welsh Revival. Jessie Penn-Lewis is composed of 10 names. You can examine and separate out names. Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist.
You must read the book to understand. This abridged work essentially gutted the book of it's power to liberate the Christian from the influences of demons. My curiosity was peaked about these abridged versions--how had the editors of the abridged versions neutralized the power of the message? I thought to myself, "Well, that wasn't so hard to find! When I got home, I pulled out the unabridged edition my brother had given me and compared it with the so-called "unabridged" addition I found at the store, only to find out that the books were only remotely similar, much less the exact same book.
The chapter names were completely different. I couldn't even FIND the first chapter of the so-called "unabridged" edition in the edition.