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This is not a question, just a comment. I using this book to teach at a Bible College. I find it a great tool to help college level students to deal with their painful memories in order to become healthy Christians. Also, this book provide a better understanding of the bottle between the body, soul and spirit part of the person. ?
This was a great book covering the connection between spiritual warfare and deep-level healing. My only beef was Kraft continuously mentioning his other books - almost as if he was attempting some self-promotion of sorts. Other than that, I learned a lot through this - learned a lot about myself as well as helping others. Will be using it in the future.
While Kraft has many wonderful things to say about forgiveness and inner healing. I find the memory retrieval concept dangerous, however, since many patients have been given "false memories" by their counselors which have caused permanent damage to families.
This was a good read although there was not much new for those looking to learn inner healing that has not come from books written before this. Author seems to take a lot from Seamonds and the Sandfords, but that's ok. Don't we all?
Rev. Dr. Charles H. Kraft is an anthropologist and linguist whose work since the early 1980s has focused on inner healing and spiritual warfare. He is the Sun-Hee Kwak Professor of Anthropology and Intercultural Communication in the School of Intercultural Studies, Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California, teaching primarily in the school's spiritual dynamics concentration. He joined Fu ...moreMore about Charles H. Kraft...