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In the Name of Jesus: Exorcism among Early Christians: A Friendly Response to Graham Twelftree

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C.M. Robeck approaches Twelftree's book from the context of a lifelong involvement in the Pentecostal church that has included many opportunities to observe the need for a detailed study of exorcism. Robeck appreciates the careful work that is everywhere evident in the work, and he finds much with which he agrees. In his role as Church historian, Robeck affirms Twelftree's reading of the Fathers, but he voices some concern regarding the interpretation of the Montanist controversy.


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