El vino a dar libertad a los cautivos By Rebecca Julia Brown

    As one of my favorite theologians once said, stories about Satan are fraught with difficulty. After all the old serpent is the father of the lie, and has no interest in being uncovered - so any story about him should be treated with the utmost care. Failure to do so invariably have the tendency to veer off into superstition and the ridiculous.

    And no doubt, Rebecca's story is filled with mystical claims, and many do not make sense at all. It is however easy to find the truth about Rebecca, who is really Ruth Bailey - a small-town physician who, after authorities in Indiana revoked her license, traveled to California and began promoting her strange views over there.

    See THE CURSE
    OF CURSE THEOLOGY, The Return of Rebecca Brown, M.D., by G. Richard Fisher and M. Kurt Goedelman, and Drugs, Demons and Delusions: The Amazing Saga of Rebecca Brown, for more. Even Wikipedia has an article on her.

    On this kind of topic, a much better read (although also with some strong reserve) is Malachi Martin's Hostage to the Devil, and M. Scott Peck's Glimpses of the Devil.
    Rebecca Julia Brown Pure insanity. Tale of baby-murdering Satanic witch-cults, demon possession etc. Allegedly a true story. Author is now known to be a con-artist.


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    http://www.pfo.org/curse-th.htm Rebecca Julia Brown 1 star for making an entertaining read, but minus 60 stars for being written by a delusional schizophrenic who thinks her cat is a Satanist out to get her. If I could vote less than zero, I absolutely would. How did this trash make it onto the shelves as a non-fiction story? Is it because of her bs attempts to back up her claims with Scripture? HA. Bible quotes mean nothing when they are taken out of context, perhaps open up one yourself and understand she doesn't have a leg to stand on with her supposed Biblical proof.

    I wouldn't recommend giving this to anyone who's gullible or plainly just an idiot. If you need a reason why, just look at the reviews from people who actually believe this garbage. I'm sure the author thoroughly enjoyed convincing readers (and herself) that she was a special, demon-fighting cookie, and I wish her luck in getting over whatever stress-induced mental disorders she has developed during becoming an M.D. Rebecca Julia Brown This book is great. It is excellent for the times we're in and up against. It addresses the occult practices, things, mindsets, and mechanics of darkness.

    It is a testimony of real-life experiences. The interactions are firsthand, and therefore much insight is granted and provided to the readers.

    I enjoyed the scriptures utilized in connection to what was being stated and explained. Many believe the fads of this day are innocent, so this book addresses this innocence through the author's involvement.

    The book is remarkably written from both sides, of one outside of the occult and of one who became fully engaged with the occult. The book is complete, in my opinion. Great read Rebecca Julia Brown This is the scariest book that I've ever read, and I had alot of trouble sleeping during the time that I read this book.. I think the book is super interesting, thus the 5 star rating, however, I don't know if I quite believe everything in the book...this book is great for conversation and I would highly recommend to read this book in the daytime Rebecca Julia Brown

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    Durante 17 años, Elaine sirvió a su maestro, Satanás, con una total dedicación. Un día se encontró con la Dra. Rebecca Brown, quien servía a su maestro, Jesucristo, con igual dedicación. Elaine, una de las brujas más prominentes en los Estados Unidos y muchos otros satanistas que le obedecían, lucharon contra la Dra. Brown, quien los enfrentó completamente sola. En la titánica contienda de vida y muerte que siguió, la Dra. Brown estuvo a punto de morir. Elaine, al encontrar un poder y un amor mucho más grande que todo lo que Satanás había podido darle, lo dejó y dedicó completamente se vida a Jesucristo.
     
    Este libro presenta un relato honesto y profundo de las actividades de Satanás en el mundo de hoy, a la vez que ofrece herramientas escriturales sanas para:
    Reconocer y combatir a los satanistas que se infiltran y destruyen las congregaciones cristianas.
    Reconocer y combatir a Satanás en las diferentes formas en que nos ataca.
    Reconocer a los servidores de Satanás y traerlos a Jesucristo.

    For seventeen years, Elaine served her master, Satan, with total commitment. Then she met Dr. Rebecca Brown, who served her master, Jesus Christ, with equal commitment. Elaine, one of the top witches in the U.S., clashed with Dr. Brown, who stood against her alone. In the titanic life-and-death struggle that followed, Dr. Brown nearly lost her life. Elaine, finding a power and love greater than anything Satan could give her, left Satan and totally committed her life to Jesus Christ.
    This is an honest, in-depth account of Satan's activities today.
    You'll see how to:
    Recognize and combat the many satanists who regularly infiltrate and destroy Christian churches.
    Recognize and combat satanic attacks.
    Recognize those serving Satan, and bring them to Jesus Christ. El vino a dar libertad a los cautivos

    I think this is the best quote from the book: you are responsible as an individual before the Lord to carefully study everything anyone tells you, to see if it is consistent with the scriptures. I will try to apply that to this book.

    Rebecca Brown's book could be a great case study for prooftexting, in the pejorative sense. Taking verses out of context to prove something the context of the versus is not saying.

    Here are a couple quote I like about this:
    A text without a context is a pretext for a proof text. D.A. Carason
    Never read a Bible verse. Stand To Reason, Greg Koukl (also read the verses/paragraph before and after)

    Bible verses used in the book are taking to say werewolves and vampires are real. If there is no Bible verse for the picking, there's an unmentioned appeal to authority. For example, this is my paraphrase, I know of rock'n roll artists who have sworn allegiance satan, so burn all your rock music CDs why? the short answer, because I say so.

    In Scot Mcknight's book, The Blue Parakeet, he suggests a way of reading the Bible; with tradition. Here's a summary of that approach, isn't every individual interpreting on their own but looking to church tradition, to keep us on track, but not to dictate the interpretation. Applying that to the book, some of the interpretations would not be biblically faithful.

    The book has a sincere tone but overall I found it authoritarian and dogmatic. Take what I say as truth, period, sometimes there's a scripture to make what I say fit or just take my word for it.

    As other reviewers here have pointed out the low to no credibility of the author, with her claims being investigated and shown as false.

    With all that said, there are glimmers of a good principles to follow there. We are to be more to alert to the power of the supernatural and the possible impact of that on the natural. We are in a spiritual war, and how that plays out we don't know.

    The Bible does provide incites into the supernatural and our spiritual war; to me this book stretches far far beyond what the Bible says. Rebecca Julia Brown This is an amazing, absolutely true story. Rebecca brings up Bible verse after Bible verse to support every fact she shows, and thousands of brilliant, famous men have claimed that the Bible is the rock upon which we stand. My parents told me that I had to read this before the first Harry Potter, and after consideration, I enjoyed this more. Harry Potter was written by a Satanist, based on Wicka training grounds, and is trying to get children to try out 'magic' school. This was straightforward, told you the absolute truth, and altogetherly well written and made to glorify God.

    Yes, I've seen the comments claiming that Rebecca is Skytsophrenic(sp), but, as she said, Skytsophrenia(sp) is a common thing used by those anti-Christ to bring the truth down, to make it look like the delusions of a crazed mind.

    Also, did you know that this book is used in police officer's training so that policemen can know what they're dealing with when facing the Occult? Surely if the policemen succesfully use all the methods in this book, then it must be real. How could a crazy person's delusions be used by the government?

    All in all, I have to say that Rebecca Brown, MD, is not overreactive, prone to hallucionations, or insane. Rebecca Julia Brown The blood of Jesus is so powerful, and His work on the cross so complete, that even the werewolves can be saved if they want to be.
    --Rebecca Brown

    You heard it here first; Jesus is Team Jacob!
    Rebecca Julia Brown Although I cannot agree with every single thing in this book... I really enjoyed reading it. For one thing - because I have come out of DARKNESS (heroin addict/prostitute) - I have been exposed to the demonic/spiritual warfare to a pretty great degree.

    I have worked with a woman and some of her family members that have recently come out of YEARS of SRA (Satanic Ritual Abuse). I read the Rebecca Brown book years prior to meeting this woman and my husband has never read it. When this woman came to live with us, crazy things began happening... knocking on the door, no one being there when we answered, computer running by itself, changing fonts from microscopic to HUGE... CD, DVD, TV etc. not working whenever we wanted to watch or listen to something like worship... these may sound like minor inconveniences (and they were/are) but they happened so frequently once this woman started living with us that it's too much to be a coincidence.

    I will not share some of the personal and private things that this woman has had to go through even while she's been here - in spite of finally escaping physically from where she lived (in the same state as Elaine as a matter of fact). She had continued to be tormented emotionally, spiritually and even physically (my husband said that unless he saw it with his own eyes he wouldn't believe it) but the Lord Jesus is so faithful and because she has made Him her LORD and Savior, He is doing amazing things in this woman's life!!!

    We have been so blessed to see, over and over - Jesus show up and overcome the enemy. Rebecca Brown's book has been so useful and honestly - when she began living with us - I started reading the book again because I felt like every thing in the book was/is what we were/are living on a daily basis.

    I definitely BELIEVE that much of the experience Rebecca and Elaine experienced was/is REAL - unfortunately the witches astral projecting is real and DOES happen... we have found that when this happens (when we rebuke demons in Jesus' Name and they don't leave - demons may take a bit if they are a principality but eventually, they MUST leave - while human spirits are much more stubborn) we ask Jesus to break their silver cord and sever their head from their body (if they wont repent) and they leave. I also believe that there ARE Satanists who pretend to be good, moral, upstanding people or even more so Christian... so that it will be very difficult for anyone to believe it if they are accused of being involved in the occult.

    All I can say, is don't write the things in Rebecca's book as too extreme to be true. I think that one of Satan's biggest deceptions is to get people to believe that things like this don't happen. If anyone (like myself) have gone to the depths of hell before Jesus came and pulled you out - you KNOW that given the right circumstance, we humans are capable of ANYTHING; capable of doing the sickest, most vile, demented crimes against other human beings... especially if a person does not have a relationship with Jesus, and even more so, if the person considers Satan their god.

    Regardless, Jesus is Lord, He is on the throne and Our brothers conquered him by the blood of the lamb and by the word of their testimony, for they did not cling to their lives even in the face of death. Rev.12:11 Rebecca Julia Brown Rebecca Brown, He Came to Set the Captives Free, is not only a book about medical conditions but it also elaborates on the demonic forces and how people are lured in where they become captive to it. It speaks on the Brotherhood, witches and rituals, and witches cult called The Sisters of Light. You would not consider this as a cult with such a name--keyword, 'light'. Furthermore, these cults are extremely secretive and under the radar, where some people are invited to their ceremonies without a clue. There are no membership records kept and blood-contracts are burned by the high priests to leave no evidence. Satanists infest on all classes from poor to rich.

    This is a must read since we are living also in a spiritual realm, not just the natural (human) realm. I cannot put the book down since I speak on some of these notions in my upcoming book, Unleashing the Spirit. Except Rebecca Brown, MD, speaks on surreal accounts and conditions. I speak on the spiritual realm as a whole in this 3 volumes-series of Unleashing the Spirit.

    *Elaine even admits to Satan controlling real-life werewolves, vampires, and zombies. What do you believe? Children born from cult members are demonically possessed. These stories are scary alone. Black Sabbath, other rituals and human sacrifices. Use Jesus terms, holidays, and festivities to meet their satanism rituals. Rebecca Julia Brown