The Art of Spiritual War
by Andrew Farley
Operation Screwtape is Andrew Farley's most entertaining work yet. Once you start reading this book, you won’t want to put it down.
—Bart Millard, lead singer for MercyMe
"Know the enemy. Anticipate his attack." Learn more about best-selling author Andrew Farley's new book on the art of spiritual war.
"Operation Screwtape is a combat manual designed to train you in the art of spiritual war. In short, learn or burn."
"Andrew Farley's books have had a huge impact on my spiritual life, challenging me to live an authentic, grace-filled life." — Bart Millard
"Many of the enemy's tactics involve tantalizing distractions that seem so "spiritual" but really get us off track. Operation Screwtape shows how not to be a sucker for his sales pitch."
Check out the Operation Screwtape website for more on Andrew Farley's new book.
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Preface and About This Translation
Clearly, Farley's goal is to write in such a way that spiritual truths come through each page. Many of these are basic ideas in the faith, while many others are profound.
This was a new genre for Dr. Andrew Farley and he has hit a home run with this book. Here's my book review and a video interview with Farley.
This book is a compelling read and highlights some wonderful truths about who we are in Christ and where our focus should be. I caught up with Andrew this week to talk about the book...
Operation Screwtape is, in a word, wonderful. Of course, that's wonderful in a "terrifying, hilarious, little-too-true-to-be-fun" way.
One of Farley's better points involves crippling false guilt. Countless Christians grapple daily with guilt over sins that Jesus Christ has already forgiven.
Farley's book is a quick, enjoyable read that encourages us to remember the power and influence of the cross in God's work of redemption.