Demonology for the Global Church: Scott MacDonald on a Biblical Approach to the Unseen Realm

We delve into the intriguing world of demonology with Scott D. MacDonald, author of Demonology for the Global Church: A Biblical Approach in a Multicultural Age. As a former missionary instructor and now an associate professor of theology, Scott brings a wealth of knowledge from his experiences in the field and academia. We explore the challenges missionaries face in different cultural contexts concerning demonology, addressing global perspectives, skepticism, and the balance between empiricism and anti-empiricism.

Scott also sheds light on how various global church communities perceive and respond to the theology of demonology, emphasizing the ongoing relevance and presence of demonic forces in our world today. This episode is a must-listen for anyone seeking to understand the complexities of spiritual warfare and the unseen realm within a multicultural, global church context.

Scott MacDonald serves as associate professor of theology with the Canadian Baptist Theological Seminary and College in Cochrane, Alberta. He enjoys exploring issues pertaining to biblical demonology, global theology, Byang Kato, pneumatology, spiritual warfare, and multicultural communities. Scott is married to Michal, and they have four children.

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