Our Ancient Foe: Satan's History, Activity, and Ultimate DemiseBy: Ronald L. Kohl
|Publisher||Presbyterian and Reformed|
Our sworn enemy goes by many names. Scripture calls him our “adversary” who prowls around like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour. He “doth seek to work us woe”—and our testimonies and lives hang in the balance.
Yet Christians are often ignorant of his plans, power, and even presence, and are easily caught off guard. Are we taking Satan seriously? Do we know how to stand firm against the prince of this world?
Here, respected pastor-scholars shine the light of Scripture on our ancient foe, identifying who he is, explaining how he operates, exposing his deceit, and celebrating his final demise. They will equip you to more fully understand the war we are engaged in and how you can “resist the devil” in the power of Christ.
R. Kent Hughes — Satan in the Garden
Thomas J. Nettles — Knowing Satan
Ronald L. Kohl — Malevolent Methodology
Derek W. H. Thomas — The World, the Flesh, and the Devil
Roger Nicole — Conflict with Evil
R. Kent Hughes — Deliverance from the Evil One
Joel R. Beeke — Persevering in Satan’s Sieve
Thomas J. Nettles — The Final Demise
Sinclair Ferguson — All Things New
Each year, the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology presents speakers and subjects to strengthen the church’s faith. This carefully edited selection concentrates on our knowledge of and resistance against Satan.