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Andrew Farley's books have had a huge impact on my spiritual life, challenging me to live . A wonderful update of the timeless Screwtape Letters by . This book truly helps to not only better understand the "wiles" of the devil but also more insight into the divine life of Grace.

Andrew Farley's books have had a huge impact on my spiritual life, challenging me to live an authentic, grace-filled life. This is his most entertaining work yet. Once you start reading this book, you won't want to put it down!"-Bart Millard, lead singer for MercyMe. Andrew Farley is a bestselling author and pastor of Church Without Religion (n.

Expert linguist Dr. Andrew Farley encounters a device containing thousands of archived files revealing a worldwide spiritual conspiracy. Operation Screwtape is the largest of these files and details the intelligent scheme to steal, kill, and destroy. Operation Screwtape channels the creativity and wit of C. S. Lewis while introducing the brilliant insights Andrew Farley is already known for in his bestselling books.

Farley’s other books include God Without Religion, Heaven is Now, The Art of Spiritual War, The Hurt & The Healer (co-authored with MercyMe) and . Operation Screwtape: A Q&A with Author Andrew Farley". Retrieved 15 August 2016.

Farley’s other books include God Without Religion, Heaven is Now, The Art of Spiritual War, The Hurt & The Healer (co-authored with MercyMe) and Relaxing with God. In addition, Farley co-authored A Climate for Change with his wife Katharine Hayhoe. In 2019, Farley published his lengthiest book to date, Twisted Scripture: Untangling 45 Lies Christians Have Been Told. His writings have been featured on Fox News, Patheos, PBS, and several Christian networks  .

Operation Screwtape channels the creativity and wit of C. Lewis while introducing the brilliant insights Andrew Farley is already known for in his bestselling books

The Art of Spiritual War. By: Andrew Farley. Narrated by: David Cochran Heath. Length: 3 hrs and 14 mins. David Gregory, The New York Times best-selling author of Dinner with a Perfect Stranger). Andrew Farley's books have had a huge impact on my spiritual life, challenging me to live an authentic, grace-filled life.

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With Operation Screwtape Andrew Farley has tried to update the original idea. This is not a remake as much as a continuation.

With Operation Screwtape Andrew Farley has tried to update the original idea. Instead of personal letters of advice between demons, this is supposed to be captured propaganda/training manual. I am a bit mixed in my opinion. Overall I think it is worth reading. But I think Farley overplays some of his points. Farley also is known for pushing a particular type of theology. And he does push it. I was alternating listening to Operation Screwtape while listening to Pope Benedict XVI’s Jesus of Nazareth. Both are on the whole well worth reading. But they both fall into a few of the same issues.

KNOW THE ENEMY.ANTICIPATE HIS ATTACK.Expert linguist Dr. Andrew Farley encounters a device containing thousands of archived files revealing a worldwide spiritual conspiracy. Operation Screwtape is the largest of these files and details the intelligent scheme to steal, kill, and destroy."Operation Screwtape channels the creativity and wit of C. S. Lewis while introducing the brilliant insights Andrew Farley is already known for in his bestselling books. This book will entertain you, but it will also challenge you to awaken to some astounding realities that, apparently, the forces of darkness do anything to hide."--David Gregory, New York Times bestselling author of Dinner with a Perfect Stranger"Andrew Farley's books have had a huge impact on my spiritual life, challenging me to live an authentic, grace-filled life. Operation Screwtape is his latest, most entertaining work yet. Once you start reading this book, you won't want to put it down!"--Bart Millard, lead singer for MercyMe

Comments: (7)

Goltikree
Can't tell you how much I loved this book. To be able to take a step back and see a glimpse of a war being waged and how its being waged. Taking a look at the way the Enemy himself knows ALL the richness we have in Christ and His work, and how he goes about to stop us from seeing it, understanding it, living it and even celebrating it. For me, I loved the little chapter on Celebration in the "Steal" section. I grew up in a hyper legalistic environment. Celebration itself was frowned upon, but the worse thing was, I didn't know there was anything to really celebrate. If anything it was truly a "hey, come and be miserable, like me!". But this grace, that the Enemy tries to distract us from, this grace and this Life....there is so so much to celebrate over, to rejoice in.

Like I said, I loved this book. It's just wonderful. Do yourself a favor and buy a copy. Buy more copies to give away. And do yourself an even bigger favor, buy some of Dr. Farley's other books and read them. I have read them multiple times now and each time my understanding deepens and I learn to walk in the grace of Christ.
Jerinovir
I really liked it. But the Screwtape Letters and the Lord Foulgrin series had a more direct application, in that the letters of advice were all about the "patient". So you could see how the application worked or (usually) failed miserably. Especially in Foulgrin, where a chapter of story of a man and his family, job, boss, etc. was followed by a chapter of 'bad' advice. So it was a little less personal.
However, I still found myself nodding out loud (the neighbors kept wondering why they heard me every few minutes saying things like: "Oh, yes, that's so right" or "I wish I had said that - Hmm. - I will in my next book." or even glancing around for a hidden camera and microphone, wondering if Andrew was spying on me).
Skunk Black
If you've read God Without Religion and Heaven is Now, you won't be taken be surprise at this material as it's mostly the same stuff, just presented from the demonic perspective. It does add some new insight with respect to how Christians can actually do Satan's will by frantically looking for ways to serve God, whereas Ephesians 2:10 says God prepared good works in advance for us to do, so we don't have to go looking for them. We can also do Satan's will by not accepting any wisdom from the brothers and sisters we disagree with. We were created to be in a body, and we won't all agree on everything, but that doesn't mean we should function independently from each other when disagreements arise.

A great insight that Andrew has his demonic narrator point out is that Satan took advantage of Adam and Eve's desire to do GOOD. Satan didn't tell Adam and Eve that if they want to be bad they should eat the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil (he suggested that God was the one being bad by withholding from them something good). That wouldn't have worked, because they weren't made to be bad, and neither were we. So if we think we're inherently bad in nature, we should consider that no one was created that way. Maybe sin had its way in us, but it's not really us that's bad, it's sin in us (Romans 7:17, 7:20).

Like Heaven is Now, this book also divides its material into sections, Steal, Kill, and Destroy, based on what John 10:10 says Satan is all about. And just like in Heaven is Now, I found the division of the material in this way to be unnecessary and not really adding anything.

This book is probably the most challenging to read in Andrew Farley's collection because there are no Bible references. What I mean by that is, of course it does refer to what the Bible says, but you won't see what book, chapter, and verse it came from in parentheses afterwards. For that reason, I recommend that you read God Without Religion and Heaven is Now before reading this book.

The people I can see benefitting the most from this book are Christian workaholics who think their endless service is doing God a favor. Andrew talked about him doing this personally in an earlier phase of his life in The Naked Gospel, but Operation Screwtape is more complete since it's his fourth book and adds material from God Without Religion and Heaven is Now that wasn't in The Naked Gospel.

And you can also see reading this book as more reinforcement for what you read in Andrew's earlier books. It's not as revolutionary as God Without Religion and Heaven is Now, and you won't be missing out on much if you decide to skip this book, but this material in general is so beneficial, why not engrain it into your mind one more time?
Gavinranadar
C.S. Lewis would be proud of this book! Andrew Farley carefully crafted the style after the original classic, yet includes his own voice throughout, thus creating a masterpiece of Truth. The book is overall an interesting read because of the perspective of the "protagonist", and it is this point of view that presents contemporary dilemmas, struggles, and debates of the Christian today. Operation Screwtape is brimming with simple Truth to combat such common misunderstandings, misinformation, and error that are so common. Our enemy, the Deceiver, will not win. Christ is already victorious, and His Life surges through us so we can experience victory and fulfillment in relationship with our Father while yet here on the Earth! Farley shines a new light on relevant topics and nuggets of the Gospel which personally inspired me and made me want to read the book a second time just to discover them again! Well done. An excellent gift for friends in seminary and youth ministry...
Doukree
This is not a book for those Christians who want their spiritual food chewed for them. Farley has created a new classic about spiritual warfare. His insight and articulate writing cannot be bested. I am thoroughly enjoying this fine spiritual book. Farley is, indeed one of the new Christian voices presenting new and revelatory ways in which Christians may live a more Christ like life.
BOND
In the style of C.S. Lewis' Screwtape letters, Andrew Farley provides an update, reminding us that grace abounds in our relationship with Christ. Written from the point of view of the enemies minions, Operation Screwtape is providing instructions on how to discourage, trip up and otherwise render believers impotent. It was a great reminder to me of how subtly we can be led astray if we're not on our guard against these ploys. I loved it.
SARAND
Outstanding rewrite of CS Lewis ScrewTape Letters.
Operation Screwtape: The Art of Spiritual War download epub
Christian Living
Author: Andrew Farley
ISBN: 0801014476
Category: Christian Books & Bibles
Subcategory: Christian Living
Language: English
Publisher: Baker Books (January 15, 2013)
Pages: 192 pages