A comprehensive how to guide for those involved in the practice of deliverance, providing a sensible and theological treatment of an area that is often over-sensationalised. The Devil Goes Missing? takes seriously the spiritual opposition to the Kingdom without giving it excessive credence. Covering areas such as generational healing, cultural considerations and inappropriate deliverance. The theological underpinning contains numerous examples and case studies and will deal with frequently asked questions. It includes a "how to" guide for those involved in the practice of deliverance. The book will be of enormous benefit to clergy, pastors and lay leaders of all denominations.
Prebendary John Woolmer taught Mathematics at Winchester College from 1963-1975, while there he was ordained in 1971, and then served as a chaplain; he was on the staff of St Aldate's Oxford from 1975-1982 and was Rector of Shepton Mallet from 1982-2002 (he chaired the Bath and Wells Diocesan healing group and helped with the Deliverance ministry); from 2002-2007, he worked with Springboard and ReSource while leading a `new expressions' church in NW Leicester. He has written a number of books, led missions, and taught about healing and deliverance in many countures including Zambia, Tanzania, Argentina and Papua New Guinea. He is married to Jane; they have four children who are all Christians; his hobbies include photographing butterflies (with many published photographs and articles in books, newspapers and magazines), also playing chess and bridge to county standard.