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The Concepts of «Spirit» and «Demon»: A Study in the Use of different Languages describing the same Phenomena (Studien zur interkulturellen Geschichte ... in the Intercultural History of Christianity)


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The «Concepts of Spirit and Demon» looks first of all into descriptions of these phenomena in the «languages» of different Biblical theologies, of Protestant and Catholic Twentieth Century Charismatics, of C.G. Jung and William Sargant and finally of John Taylor. The attempt is made to see the uses and limitations of each of these languages and the conclusions drawn are seen to have practical implications for evangelism, education and pastoralia..

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