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September 28th, 2015

The Reluctant Exorcist

Reluctant Exorcist

For most people their only encounter with the ministry of exorcism is through sensational books and films, but when the need for it arises in real life it is important that it is conducted confidently and competently. However, the opportunity for training in this field is limited.

Ken Gardiner is an Anglican priest with more than 30 years of experience of ministry in this area. In The Reluctant Exorcist he shares what he has learned for the benefit of those who find themselves involved in setting people free from the influence of the occult.

He covers the cleansing of places – ‘things that go bump in the night’ – to the deliverance of those who have become involved in occult activity such as playing with the Ouija board or witchcraft and Satanism.

Review

‘The paranormal can be scorned by the sceptical or dramatised by the gullible. Ken Gardiner manages to avoid both extremes while acknowledging the dangers and the necessities of facing the reality of paranormal experiences. His approach is to draw on many fruitful years of pastoral experience and to provide a wholly readable and sensible guide. I am delighted that the book is now reprinted and wholeheartedly endorse it.’ Bishop Michael Turnbull

About the Author

Ken Gardiner is a retired Anglican vicar who describes himself as ‘a charismatic evangelical with a high doctrine of the church’. He is the author of I’m a Christian, so what do I believe?

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