Curse deliverance has joined the long line of pop Christian fads, but unlike others that have come and gone, this one has survived across decades and shows no signs of slowing. It is a growing movement, and it is dangerous. Curse deliverance insidiously demeans many of the central truths of the Gospel while introducing heresies into the Church. Individuals seeking relief from their problems believe this practice can help, but it is a useless placebo and is void of the power of God.
My name is Patrick Rhodes. I began writing this book over six years ago, knowing the Scripture does not support the practice of curse deliverance. While my position on that is stronger than ever, my study revealed many of my other ideas about curses were wrong.
Most of what most people think about curses, especially generational curses, has nothing to do with the Bible. While the Bible does have a lot to say on the subject, the curse deliverance teachers torture the Scripture to wrench out interpretations to support their practice.
The Deliverance Delusion answers these questions:
The most important question to ask is:
Did Jesus break curses?
No. He did not.
Does this seem like a radical proposition? Plain truth in the face of popular error often does. If Jesus did not break any curses, why would anyone else seek to do so? Filled with non-anecdotal arguments, The Deliverance Delusion makes a powerful case for rejecting this practice. It will educate and empower you to break free of the curse deliverance hysteria and protect those you love from its psychological and spiritual damage. There are too many lives, families and churches at stake to allow this movement to go unchallenged.
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