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Operation Screwtape

The Art of Spiritual War

by Andrew Farley


Price: £11.99
Publisher:Baker Books imprint of Baker Pub. from Lion
Published:28 February 2013
In Operation Screwtape we find the continuation of C S Lewis' classic Screwtape series. Farley has here updated the agenda, moved the discussion into the realm of technological advancement, of feel good church, of the health and prosperity gospel teaching and a few more familiar ideas as well. In a voice so well matched to the original works he breaks down and highlights the inherent problems in these things, showing how sometimes what we think is good can actually be so bad for us, showing us how we trap ourselves in our own beliefs of unworthiness, confession, doubt and want. This really is an excellent book, a worthy successor to the original Screwtape letters and a real joy to read. One not just for the Lewis fans, but for anyone that would like a gentle, fun and easily understandable way to consider how we can best protect ourselves from the traps of the enemy and our own making, and think on many things that we find in modern church teachings.

Reviewer: Melanie Carroll   (09/03/13)
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