Start your review of Unbound: A Practical Guide to Deliverance from Evil Spirits Write a review Oct 30, Betsy rated it liked it Deliverance ministry is an interesting subject, casting out demons to find total freedom in Christ. Personally I have mixed feelings about the process and the concept. What I liked about this book is that it warns about the "downward spiral of introspection" that leads to depression, and the dependency ppl can develop on their counselors and vice versa. There is no imprimatur on this book which is good because there are some blanket statements that are stated in the book which I seriously have Deliverance ministry is an interesting subject, casting out demons to find total freedom in Christ. There is no imprimatur on this book which is good because there are some blanket statements that are stated in the book which I seriously have doubts about "soul tie", "have you ever read your horoscope" etc.
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