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From a nationally-published best-selling author! One of the largest scholarly works on demons and demonology in decades. A classic! The author has appeared on numerous national television shows for his works: The History Channel, The Phil Donahue Show, Leeza, and the EWTN network (Mother Angelica Live!). Best-selling author of They Bore the Wounds of Christ: The Mystery of the Sacred Stigmata, which received top-notch reviews. Michael Freze, S.F.O., has previously written seven nationally-published traditional-print books on Bible topics and supernatural phenomena.

Reviewed and given the Imprimatur by former Bishop Elden F. Curtiss of the Diocese of Helena, Montana.

Includes the history of demonology, the spiritual warfare, possession and exorcism, the Roman Ritual, a massive demonology dictionary, and more!

Other topics covered in this work: Biblical references throughout on all aspects of demonology; teachings of the Church Fathers; the teaching of the mystics and saints; the Inquisition; characteristics of evil spirits; involvement of evil spirits in the human arena; the occult; witchcraft; Satanism; poltergeist phenomena; the Ouija board; diabolical oppression; diabolical voices and apparitions; partial and complete possession; deliverance ministry; medical and psychological evaluations of those reported to be possessed; private and solemn exorcisms, etc.

©2015 Michael Freze (P)2016 Michael Freze

What listeners say about Demonology: The Devil and the Spirits of Darkness Expanded!: Evil Spirits, a Catholic View

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Good content but bad narration

The content covered is very informative, but how it’s narrated makes it hard to keep listening.

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  • 12-22-16

not what is seems

90% is just a sting of numbers , with a paragraph here or there, i understand that u have to site passages for evidence, but this is excessive, this book has great potential, but is ruined over abundance of passage sites. and the narrator seems to have a hint of sarcasm in his voice and attitude

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Too many errors and frustrating narration

The author made assumptions or chose to ignore many facts in the historical section.
I also heard some statements that were purely personal commentary.
It puts in question how legitimate the information is.

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Some interesting content but mediocre narration and too many lists

I found a lot of the content very interesting. It’s easy to tell that the author does not stray from the Catholic church’s official stances.

Unfortunately the narrator is not enjoyable to listen to. This is the type of performance you would expect from someone reading a text book.

I was surprised how much of this book is just lists. I tend to purchase books based on their length so that they will last most of my commutes for the month. Some of the lists were so long that I just skipped them and ended up cutting out over an hour of the middle of the book.
What was more surprising was that the narrator reads the glossary. The last 4 hours of the recording is all glossary and bibliography. Maybe that’s why the narrator wasn’t very excited about doing the performance.
That should all be supplemental material, not read aloud.

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  • 02-20-18

couldn't listen audio done by machine not human.

The audio recording was not human. it sounds mechanical and not easy on the ear.

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