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How Satan Deceives People

The Patristic Heritage, Book 1
Narrated by: John Colley
Length: 46 mins
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Since the dawn of time, the insidious tempter has restlessly sought to gain as many souls for the kingdom of darkness as possible. Many are his delusions, and, unfortunately, many more people willingly allow themselves to be deceived by his lies, believing that transgression is justifiable and morally good. 

Satan orders legions of demons to unleash their wrath upon us, humans, every day, for they detest the fact that God created us in His Image and Likeness. He envies us and whispers lies in our hearts, but do you know what's his greatest trickery?

In the first book of The Patristic Heritage Series entitled How Satan Deceives People, Elder Cleopa exposes Satan’s most wicked and cunning methods used to trick people into sinning and, thus, losing their salvation.

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Byzantine/Romanian screwtape letters

Lovely retold short ancient story on spiritual warfare, almost like a gerontikon story. Simple, yet straight on procrastination, double mindedness, laziness, habit formation ... if you read CS Lewis Screwtape letters, you will recognize the reverse logic approach - what the evil one would say to “the little ones”.

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A few mispronunciations affect the story

The story is very good. Very much “a monk story” and the narrator’s voice is excellent. He does mispronounce a few key words. Unfortunately, this prevents me from referring it to anyone or from sending it as a gift.