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4.0 out of 5 stars worth the read
Written sometime back the author gives many scriptural references about this invisible war going on since the begining of the fall in eden whether it be the drowning of the egyptians as the waters parted for moses to the evil of hitler. I spoke to an orthodox jewish friend of mine about the book and he said well these things are not invisible, holy people can see these...
Published on 5 Mar 2011 by B. J. Morris

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1.0 out of 5 stars boring
I got bored with it half way through, and threw it in the bin. It was the same old uncritical stuff, Noah was said to curse one of his sons, for some obscure event that happened when he was drunk in his tent, and this was supposedly Noah making a declaration while being inspired by God, which is when I put the book down. Not interesting enough to be bothered continuing to...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars worth the read, 5 Mar 2011
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Written sometime back the author gives many scriptural references about this invisible war going on since the begining of the fall in eden whether it be the drowning of the egyptians as the waters parted for moses to the evil of hitler. I spoke to an orthodox jewish friend of mine about the book and he said well these things are not invisible, holy people can see these forces at work. Intersting in light that paranormal sightings/science is no longer considdered that which belongs to that of the religious nutter. Saying that just a word of warning to anyone who wants to mess with the invisible forces read deut 18 verses 14 somwhere in this area i cant remember off hand, (As a biblical reference) well basically it says don't do it. The bible warns that the invisisble world is real so we should stay clear of that mischief. The author is an evangelical guy so he says it as it appears in the bible and tries to get the word out.
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1.0 out of 5 stars boring, 9 Nov 2012
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I got bored with it half way through, and threw it in the bin. It was the same old uncritical stuff, Noah was said to curse one of his sons, for some obscure event that happened when he was drunk in his tent, and this was supposedly Noah making a declaration while being inspired by God, which is when I put the book down. Not interesting enough to be bothered continuing to read.
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5.0 out of 5 stars For Those Needing 100% Clarity On The Spiritual Battlefield, 8 Mar 2013
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This book is one of two I purchased by Donald Grey Barnhouse.The other being his commentary on Revelation.

This is a very well written book,an easy read considering the subject matter.This book puts forth facts & a point of view I'd never known about.I've read alot,on Biblical topics, but this is by far one of the most powerful when it comes to How evil began,Good & the nature of evil, God & satan, Christians & sins.I had a much clearer understanding of our position upon finishing this book.

Knew from then on I'd be making informed decisions in exatly how I deal with evils in my life.

A must read...if you have faith in Jesus Christ.

10/10
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4.0 out of 5 stars The Invisible War, 18 Nov 2011
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Simply an awesome read. However.....
The main supposition in the author's theory, the basis of his whole exegesis on the Satanic rule of Earth and God's reason for His redemptive plan, is based on the 'gap' theory, something I personally don't hold to. In case you're not familiar with the 'gap' theory, it is that a great length of time passed between Genesis 1:1 and Genesis 1:2. This, so the author states, is when Satan ruled the universe, including Earth, and also Earth was the place where he was when he fell, due to the pride in his heart. That's when God blasted the universe, switched all the lights off and the earth 'became' formless and void. All of his speculations are based on Biblical Scripture, but not in a way that I have ever heard of before. But his explanations as to the way in which Satan fights against the human race I find very compelling. Definately worth reading if you want to understand about the constant war going on between good and evil in this world and why peace will elude us until the Messiah returns and good will triumph.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Chritian must read, 19 April 2011
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Exelent read from donald grey barn house sticks to the essentials,keeps it easy and to the point,the invisible fight against Satan .with man salvation is impossible,the the lord Jesus is the only way,do not over look this book ,please read it
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