Book on Demonic Battles Arms Readers with More than Crucifix

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Debut teaches how to obtain full victory Jesus provided on the cross

Throughout the years, Xulon author Preston T. Bailey, Jr., Ph.D., D.Min., had numerous experiences dealing with demonized people, witches, warlocks, and Satanists--and the author realized with increasing alarm how frequent these attacks are becoming on Christians. In new release Spiritual Warfare: Defeating the Forces of Darkness (paperback, 978-1-60477-896-0), the author takes complex theological and spiritual problems or issues and breaks them down into simple steps so the average person can follow them based on the Bible.

Says Bailey, "I would like readers to recognize the different types of attacks from the devil and utilize the spiritual resources God has provided for us to obtain victory. Unfortunately, most Christians respond to the devil with a generic approach that gets half-hearted results instead of obtaining the full victory Jesus provided on the cross."

Bailey, who has been a fixture at both national and international conferences on spiritual warfare and has trained more than a thousand Christian leaders in spiritual warfare counseling, has also counseled thousands of demonized people and hundreds of people who were ritually abused. Since he has led many witches and Satanists to Christ, his insight into the occult has helped him train thousands in Europe, Canada, and throughout the United States--and he hopes his new book will similarly enrich the lives of others across the globe.

Preston T. Bailey, Jr., Ph.D., D.Min., has pastored churches in Missouri, Arkansas, Alabama, and Florida. He currently resides in Largo, Florida.

Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 5,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Spiritual Warfare through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors.

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