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Demon Possession Handbook
for Human Service Workers

by J. F. "Jeff" Cogan

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"Demon Possession Handbook" may seem abrasive in places. Some may even claim it is homophobic. However, you have my assurance that it was written in the spirit of Christian love. My only purpose is to warn you of the dangers and share the solution.

In fact, the solution to the problem of demon possession which I outline in Part 3 is not original with me. I just adapted what was written thousands of years ago by the divinely-inspired authors of the Holy Bible.


a). There are two forces of supernatural power in the universe: God and Satan.

b). Satan is very pestiferous. However, of the two, God is by far the more powerful.

c). At the end of all time, Satan will be put in his place -- to burn forever in the Lake of Fire.

d). God won't have to do it. Jesus and the Holy Spirit won't have to do it. God will merely deputize an angel, and the angel will do it. This is proof of the comparative power of God and Satan.

I read the back of the Book, and we do win!

To God be the glory.

Attention: J. F. "Jeff" Cogan

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Table of Contents

Part 1: Defined and Explained
Part 2: Causes and Effects
Part 3: The Solution to Demon Possession
Appendix A: Glossary of Terms in Demon Possession Handbook
Appendix B: Glossary of Evangelical Terms in General
Appendix C: Ted Bundy's Execution-Eve Interview
Appendix D: Summary of Bible Reference Links
A Special Message for Gays and Lesbians

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Attention Criminal Profilers

Dinosaurs and the Bible


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  • 105 Goal Areas under the Subject Areas
  • 4,830 Objectives under the Goal Areas
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