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I appreciate his consistent use of Scripture throughout the book to help support his assertions and claims about spiritual warfare. Scripture is not over quoted, either, which lends support that Rankin does not feel he needs to persuade an audience to believe his theory, but rather that he fully believes what he is writing about and earnestly believes that his audience agrees with them. In this regard, his book is more or less a short primer on the world of spiritual warfare. He addresses all the topics that are needed, and maintains a healthy viewpoint of the enemy: not underestimating him, but not giving him too much power either. Rankin fully relies on the power of Christ to overcome Satan. He is not charismatic in his approach, yet also shares experiences that would invalidate the standard "the spirit realm is dead" viewpoint of many Christians and the modern West.
Rankin correctly portrays the enemy and his goals, as well as the purpose of our existence, in his book. Other than the length of his chapters outweighing the applicable content in the chapters, Rankin fully addressed the topic at hand and provides a definitive read on spiritual warfare for the believer today.
Yes, demons, corroborating what a Southern Baptist missionary home from Indonesia told me. I asked him if he'd ever had to "have deliverance" for the people involved with the witch doctors. I didn't want to use the more sensational, it seemed to me, word, "exorcism."
He replied, "I had to exorcise a few!" And they told him if he put his generator under the demon tree, it wouldn't work. He tried it. It didn't. "If you had told me this in seminary, I wouldn't have believed it." More recently I met several other missionaries who told me practically the same thing.
So, I was glad to see deliverance covered in this excellent book also endorsed by Beth Moore.
I only wish he had gone more into the gifts and fruit of the Holy Spirit. While not the official "armor of God," or God's armor--God Himself, Rankin says--they are part of our weapons of warfare. They equip us for the Spirit-filled walk we desire. We need them as long as we must deal with Satan's power.
So, I have to wonder, considering what Rankin says: It sounds like the Great Commission--teaching them (us) to do "all things whatsoever I have taught you"... would include Matthew 10's "heal the sick, raise the dead, cast out devils. Freely you have received, freely give." Back to Matthew 28--"until the end of the age."