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Playing with Fire

A Modern Investigation into Demons, Exorcism, and Ghosts

Author Billy Hallowell
Narrator John Behrens
Runtime 6.4 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher Thomas Nelson
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Release Date September 8, 2020
Availability: Unrestricted (available worldwide)
What is our fascination with the other side?

Join investigative reporter Billy Hallowell as he delves into the strange phenomena of supernatural activity. Themes of demonic possession have overtaken Hollywood, with countless films and TV shows delving into the age-old struggle against evil. Why?

Yet, with so much focus on the topic there seems to be very little public knowledge and discussion about the real-life nature and reality of demons.

In many foreign countries, however, supernatural activity is often recorded and discussed

- Government officials watch a nine-year-old boy walk up a wall
- A sheriff hears a demonic voice over his radio
- Doctors witness a child exhibit extra-human strength

It’s no surprise international media took note. Quite often, though, many people remain silent about their experiences or resort to quietly whispering about what they’ve seen, heard, or felt for fear of being labeled insane or crazy.

The truth is, even pastors, priests, and clergy who have observed firsthand accounts of possession and deliverance can succumb to the strange and terrifying effects of intense spiritual warfare.

For people of faith, Playing with Fire will address these core questions:

- Are demons active today?
- If they do, indeed, exist, what are they? Are they fallen angels? Nephilim?
- Can demons inhabit human beings?
- If they exist, what can be done to stop them?

Playing with Fire will explore the theological underpinnings surrounding demonic forces. Relying on firsthand accounts, newspaper reports, and Christian experts, Billy Hallowell will take readers through the various views and perspectives surrounding supernatural activity.
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What is our fascination with the other side?

Join investigative reporter Billy Hallowell as he delves into the strange phenomena of supernatural activity. Themes of demonic possession have overtaken Hollywood, with countless films and TV shows delving into the age-old struggle against evil. Why?

Yet, with so much focus on the topic there seems to be very little public knowledge and discussion about the real-life nature and reality of demons.

In many foreign countries, however, supernatural activity is often recorded and discussed

- Government officials watch a nine-year-old boy walk up a wall
- A sheriff hears a demonic voice over his radio
- Doctors witness a child exhibit extra-human strength

It’s no surprise international media took note. Quite often, though, many people remain silent about their experiences or resort to quietly whispering about what they’ve seen, heard, or felt for fear of being labeled insane or crazy.

The truth is, even pastors, priests, and clergy who have observed firsthand accounts of possession and deliverance can succumb to the strange and terrifying effects of intense spiritual warfare.

For people of faith, Playing with Fire will address these core questions:

- Are demons active today?
- If they do, indeed, exist, what are they? Are they fallen angels? Nephilim?
- Can demons inhabit human beings?
- If they exist, what can be done to stop them?

Playing with Fire will explore the theological underpinnings surrounding demonic forces. Relying on firsthand accounts, newspaper reports, and Christian experts, Billy Hallowell will take readers through the various views and perspectives surrounding supernatural activity.

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First off I'll say that narration was quite good not the best but better than average.

I have mixed feelings about the book I would say there were some really incredible parts such as the modern day accounts of demonic possession and activity.

Then there were some really tedious parts that seemed to drag on an on where I felt like a lot was said without much being said if that makes sense.

The writing was decent but not the best and at times I found it frustrating. Felt like the information was a bit disorganized at times.

If the topic interests you and you are not well read on the subject I would recommend the book as a good introduction but just expect it not to be the best. I have brought a copy for an unbeliever who is interested in the topic and I think it will be good for them.

Also I thought some of the people interviewed were a bit questionable such as Hank Hannegraff who converted to Eastern orthodoxy and Mark Driscoll who to my knowledge never publicly repented for some oppressive leadership that went on at his church.

Sorry I realise my review is quite chaotic also :) but the positives were that I thought the conclusions drawn were well balanced and there were many perspectives represented.
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