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Even the Demons Believe

Author Timothy Williams
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Publisher Winepress
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Release Date November 12, 2008
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"You believe there is one God. Good! Even the demons believe--and shudder." (James 2:19) Every church has its own method for getting to heaven, so how can a person know the true way to salvation? If someone is a Christian, how does he know if he walks on the correct path?
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"You believe there is one God. Good! Even the demons believe--and shudder." (James 2:19) Every church has its own method for getting to heaven, so how can a person know the true way to salvation? If someone is a Christian, how does he know if he walks on the correct path? What does the salvation call of Jesus look like?

"Even the Demons Believe" examines how Jesus made Christians while contrasting it with today's salvation calls. This book is a great tool for introducing non-believers to Christ, as well as giving Christians a fresh look at their salvation. "Even the Demons Believe" describes the one message every church should declare, for there is... "...one Lord, one faith, one baptism." (Ephesians 4:5)

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One sided theology at it's most dangerous
As others have said, there is great truth in this book. It is, however, an overreaction to a perceived problem in Christian's perspectives on God's Grace.

The writer is quick to condemn, and produces the "old trick" that "if you disagree with me you are not a true Christian" several times as a defence mechanism to what he KNOWS will be the criticism.

IMO it is a sad opportunity missed, as the books central message is a key one for our age, but the delivery is terrible. Despite my inclination to stop listening after the first 3 chapters, I persisted, but was left disturbed in all the wrong ways!!
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Review by / (Posted on 10/6/2011)
A must!
People already consider me as a mature Christian - this message has booted me back to level 1. A must listen!
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Review by / (Posted on 8/17/2011)
Danger, WIll Robinson!
I read Part 1 of this book before the unsettled feeling I had caused me to put it down. Its reasoning bears all the marks of a 'Christian' cult. Much much of what I read is true and the book does present some aspects of discipleship that are commonly ignored. I found the same is true when I have spoken with Mormons and Jehovah's Whiteness. However, there are lots or half-truths and scriptures out of context. He also used Dietrich Bonhoeffer's phrase "cheap grace" but clearly has a very differnt view of "costly grace," believing that the "cost" is all ours! HA! Bonhoeffer would flip.

While lip-service is given to love and grace, the author's words are like that of a pharisee- with many of the right answers but the wrong heart.

A quick internet search reveals that Timothy Williams and his "Sound Doctrine Church" are frequently identified by ex-members as an abusive cult. In March 2009, a NC Judge even ruled that a woman could not homeschool her children based on the mother's involvement with this author and his church. If you can find the court document, its a good read.

You will know them by their fruit.

Skip this book. Read the Cost of Discipleship instead.
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Review by / (Posted on 1/30/2011)
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