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Deliverance

Everyday investigations into poltergeists, ghosts and other supernatural phenomena by an Anglican priest

Deliverance

Everyday investigations into poltergeists, ghosts and other supernatural phenomena by an Anglican priest

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Hardback

£20.00

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
ISBN: 9781529336252
Published: 18/02/2021
Jason Bray is an Anglican deliverance minister, which means that he works in a field more popularly associated with the Roman Catholic practice of exorcism. He banishes poltergeists and ghosts and explains the church's teachings on demons. It's much more common than you think. Every diocese has at least one deliverance minister. As portrayed in movies, most famously in the 1973 hit movie The Exorcist, which spawned a whole genre of movies and its own category across streaming platforms, the exorcist is a frightening, sometimes melodramatic figure. Deliverance minister Jason Bray, on the other hand, is a warm, sympathetic and humorous character who sees it as his mission to serve the community and help families in distress. In tones closer to Call The Midwife than Blood on Satan's Claw he describes what happens when is called upon to help. Each true-life adventure is like a detective story. Sometimes he discovers that he is dealing with mental illness. In one case he detects fraud - a family wanting to be moved to a nicer council house! Jason Bray is the first Anglican deliverance minister to write a book about this ministry for the general reader.

Jason Bray

My name is the Reverend Dr Jason Bray and I am your quintessential Anglican vicar. At St Giles' Parish Church in Wrexham, I chair council meetings over cakes, sandwiches and pot after pot of tea (or strong black coffee in my case). Imagine me attending more cheese and wine parties than most people have had hot dinners and you have the picture. There is also my bread and butter job - services, christenings, weddings and funerals. The sitcom Rev has my job pretty much spot on. Except for one rather large detail: I am a deliverance minister, which means I also deal with hauntings, ghosts, demonic possession and all things supernatural. I was a consultant on ITV's Midwinter of the Spirit

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