Explaining Deliverance

Biblical Truth Simply Explained

Graham Dow

(4 customer reviews)

£4.99

Graham Dow explains what deliverance is. He counters modern day issues with deliverance using Scripture. He gives real-life examples alongside instances of deliverance from the New Testament. In this book you will learn:

  • Ways in which evil spirits can enter our lives
  • How to discern them
  • steps to drive out demonic presence in the name of Jesus
  • How to gain true freedom

Graham Dow writes in a sensible, theologically sound way, with caution and authority.

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4 reviews for Explaining Deliverance

  1. lucy

    I read this short book in one sitting and as a christian who had only a basic understanding prior to this book I found it well worth a read. Bishop Graham has a wealth of experience in this field and I would recommend his book to anyone who wishes to learn more about this topic, I especially liked his anecdotal evidence.

  2. lain

    A straightforward review and summary of the mainstream beliefs and practices of the Christian churches in relation to evil spirits and deliverance.

  3. Over the hills

    I read this booklet from a slightly sceptical point of view and found myself actually agreeing with nearly all of it. The terminology may be a little off putting to some, but the truth is undoubtably there. More than that, I have found it very useful to apply the theology presented here in my own life.

  4. Chris

    This is a difficult subject but this book makes is accessable.
    Easy to read and inspires confidence

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Graham Dow

Geoffrey Graham Dow (born 4 July 1942) is a retired British Anglican bishop. He was the Bishop of Carlisle from 2000 to 2009, the 66th holder of the office. He is a well-known Evangelical.

Dow was ordained a deacon, followed in 1968 by ordination as a priest. From 1975 to 1981 he taught as a university lecturer at St John’s College at the University of Nottingham in the subject Christian doctrine (Christian Doctrine). In 1981 he became a pastor at Holy Trinity Church in Coventry and held that office until 1992. Dow’s successor as Bishop of Carlisle was James Newcome.

Dow held several church honorary offices. From 1981 to 1987 he was a member of the Bishop’s Council for Ministry, from 1982 to 1985 also of the Bishop’s Council of the Church of England. Since 1982 he was a member of the deanery and a member of the diocesan synod. From 1992 to 1997 he was also Chairman of the Board of Socil Responsibility of the Diocese of London. He was a member of the Board of Directors (Governor, 1981-1992) and Trustee (Trustee, 1987-1992) of the Blue Coat School in Coventry.

Dow is married to Molly and they have four adult children.


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