Book Review: The Catholic Warrior By Robert Abel

Posted: October 19, 2010 by CatholicJules in Book Review

“A brilliant treatise on spiritual warfare that boldly confronts the ferocity of the enemy and his evil minions.” — Father John Hampsch C.M.F.

Product Description

Like a recruitment officer for the army of God, author Robert Abel issues a bold call to Catholics everywhere. The Catholic Warrior takes readers through spiritual boot camp and teaches them to draw on the power of Christ through a warrior’s greatest weapons — faith, love and prayer. It concludes with the great commission for those who are willing to accept the challenge and join the ranks.Stories of men and women performing deeds of valor on the spiritual battlefield didn’t end in Bible times or with the lives of saints from centuries past. Particularly in an era when priests are few and challenges are many, Christ needs laypeople who are willing to put on the full armor of God, push back enemy lines, and advance the kingdom of heaven here on earth.

Are you ready for an adventure of a lifetime? Rise to your feet, all you mighty warriors. The Spirit of God says, “Come!” You are hereby commissioned!

Personal Review

A very insightful book into understanding the dark forces that surrounds us.  I recommend this book in that we can learn how we are able to put on ‘Spiritual Armour’ to protect us and keep us holy.  However this book should never be used as a manual to fight demons etc. which some might mistakenly use. (Especially if they had purchased the add-on Spiritual Warfare prayer Book).  There are sanctioned teams within the Catholic Church who are trained in deliverance and can only do so with special approval.

We should instead, build and strengthen our relationship with God. We then have nothing to fear!

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