Gary Hal Graff has devoted decades to researching and writing about the subject of demonology and the influence of unclean spirits—even on Christians. The result is a survey work that demystifies what the Bible has to teach about this critically important subject.
Covered in the three volumes you will find:
Volume 1: Satan and the Angels presents definitions of angelic and satanic beings as described in Scripture and traces the varying theories of the origin of demons as well as the angelic hierarchy and roles. Scripture relating to Satan is also fully developed with special sections of exposition on Isaiah 14 and Ezekiel 28.
Volume 2: The Theology and History examines and problem areas relating to and the possibility that a Christian can have an unclean spirit. Examples include:
God and Satan cannot coexist in the same vicinity at the same time. Therefore, an unclean spirit cannot reside within a Christian, since God himself dwells there.
Demons are a phenomenon of the past, of antiquity, as during the days of Jesus. They are no longer present on the earth today.
Why doesn't the Holy Spirit make known to a person that he has an unclean spirit within him?
This volume also explores the question of a Christian having and unclean spirit without being possessed and the biblical differences between salvation, healing and deliverance.
Volume 3: Psychology and Book Apologetics covers the question of whether or not human illnesses are caused by internal spirits. All of the technical explanations that are drawn from medical resources are carefully documented with footnotes and comprehensive bibliography.
You'll be fascinated by more than 600 pages worth of concise research that systematically and exegetically examines the theology and psychology of demonology. Complex comparative information is presented in charts and tables for easier understanding and for use as teaching tools.