by Cris Putnam
In the one area where the church is supposed to have specialized mastery, it is failing to be salt and light. Through either ignorance, incredulity, or both, we’re not providing convincing answers when it comes to paranormal phenomena.
Though demons do not fit into modern man’s concepts on the basis of his reason, many moderns would rather have demons than be left with the idea that everything in the universe is only one big machine. People put the occult in the upper story of nonreason in the hope of having some kind of meaning, even if it is a horrendous one.[iii]