A Primer on the Devil

Sundberg, Walter
January 1993
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jan1993, Issue 29, p15
Presents a biblical understanding of the Devil. Ideas about the Devil by theologians such as Martin Luther and Paul Tillich; Danger of thinking about the Devil as a mythological person; Explanation that the New Testament and the Gospel is clear about the reality of the Devil and his kingdom; Assurance to Christians that the Devil and his kingdom will be destroyed by Jesus Christ and the saints; Discussion on the development of Satan in the Hebrew faith.


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