Counseling and the Demonic- A Reaction to Page

Volume
Volume 17
Issue
Summer 1989
Title
Counseling and the Demonic- A Reaction to Page
Abstract

Page'€™s (1989) apology for taking seriously the role of the demonic in our counseling ministries is courageous in its call for a reexamination of biblical teachings. The article, however, seems to lack a central and unifying view of the precise nature of these phenomena. Several intriguing suggestions by Page are only minimally elaborated. Missing from the article are a set of criteria which one could use in differential diagnosis, and a method of reasoning which would help determine if direct demonic activity is or is not involved.

Authors
Dr. J.R. Beck and Dr. G.R. Lewis
Pages
132 - 134
Price
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