Not since "The Screwtape Letters" has there been such a devastating diabolical collection of correspondence.
Master Tempter "Slubgrip" writes daily to trainee devil "Dogwart", advising him on the temptation of a confused young Catholic, while he struggles to control his own 'patient', an older Catholic man who is facing a serious illness. Meanwhile Slubgrip has to watch his back, keep control of various under devils who are plotting to take control his territory and send him to the banqueting house of the 'father' below. The Gargolye Code makes for un-put-downable reading at any time, but it is especially designed as a book to read during Lent. The letters from the tempters begin on Shrove Tuesday and follow day by day, taking the reader on an entertaining, enlightening and sobering journey toward Easter Day.
Father Dwight Longenecker has written a book on spiritual warfare that is profound, hilarious, upbeat, and inspiring. He nails the devil and all his works, and succeeds in keeping the reader's attention all the way through. This book is a book to read and re-read and share with others.
|By:||D. Patro (Lancaster, March 29, 2015)|
|Review:||This book was excellent. Gave me a whole new prospective on the temptations of the devil and his fallen angels. also made me think about my own spirituality etc.|