2000 Demons

  • by E. Allen Sorum
  • Narrated by E. Allen Sorum
  • 3 hrs and 38 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Step into a world where deadly demons and evil spirits roamed the land. No, this account was not in some fantastical science fictional realm but on our very own planet thousands of years ago. In 2000 Demons, you'll examine the biblical account of Jesus driving out demons from a person possessed and suffering. 2000 Demons will show you the very real danger of evil spirits, both then and today, but also the power your savior wields over darkness. Most important, this book will reassure you of the ultimate protection Jesus won for all who believe, thanks to his death and resurrection. Study questions are included at the end of every chapter to help you pause and reflect.

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This book made me reevaluate my thinking

This book made me reevaluate my thinking and helped me to grow spiritually. I especially appreciated the Gospel focus throughout the book.
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- Thomas Wilsmann

Important Topic, Great Comfort

This book did a great job of addressing a difficult but important topic. As a "typical American" (even though a conservative Christian), I'm often skeptical when I hear about supernatural events and things like demonic possession, but this book reminds us that the Bible says that demons are very real, so we need to be conscious of that. But the book also does a great job of showing us why we don't need to be afraid of demons: because Jesus has already won the victory over all forces of evil, by his death on the cross, and he gives us that victory through faith in him as our Savior. So we live each day with that comfort and confidence.

I very much appreciate being able to listen to the author's reading of the book! I hope the publisher will produce more audio versions of books that it has published. I for one will buy them and listen, and it will be great to get more of this valuable content out there, in a format that more and more people are using.

One point of criticism: the author/reader appeared to be over-enunciating a bit... I think a more natural reading would have been better, but still very listenable.

Also, I think the last chapter was copied a second time in this recording. Maybe that could be edited out.
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- Adam

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-20-2016
  • Publisher: Northwestern Publishing House