It this book, I challenge the humanistic assumptions concerning psychological disorders. My underlying assumptions remain the same throughout. Satan is, in fact, in the business of trying to prevent the human race from growing up. It is a revolt against maturity. The reason for his revolt was because he knew that the angelic host were created and destined to help elevate human beings beyond the merely material and human, beyond even the status of angels. He knew that the angels were to be servants and instruments of that help to an unmerited glory for the human race, helping them grow right to the status of sharing God's life. This is why, when we look at the life of Jesus, we see the truly mature man overcoming every obstacle given. When Jesus defeats the strong man, what does He do? He comes upon one who is fully armed, He overcomes or conquers him, and then He strips his armor. This is, in part, why he is our model to follow. And not only is He our model, we see Jesus crowned with glory and honor. Jesus' coronation 'with glory and honor' involves exaltation over the angels, so that He is no longer "lower than the angels." Furthermore, "the world to come" has not been made subject to angels but to Jesus and to man united with Him. The 'lower than angels' stage was temporary and short-lived as God intended. Afterward comes mans exaltation. Man is the one to be glorified and, at the end, God being victorious, the righteous is indeed able to ascend to join God in glory through Jesus. This was His intentions for the human race, even after the fall of mankind. He accomplished this through the cross that Jesus died on. There, he stripped Satan of his power over death and took the keys of death from him. And now that He has ascended as King and given His Spirit, the outcome is settled. "Know ye not that we shall judge angels?"