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Synonyms for demonolatry

the acts or rites of worshiping devils

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This turn to the byzantine is endemic in Demonology.
Bob Larson, internationally recognized for his books on Spiritual Warfare, Angelology, and Demonology alerts the reader to the evidence Christians must face; the reality that spiritual warfare is happening throughout the world today.
The avenues of demonology remain closed to me as long as the fate of her yellow dress remains determinate.
A major assertion of the book is the importance of ritual violence, sorcery, and demonology in the Tibetan view of history (48).
The Ancient Egyptian Demonology Project: Second Millennium BC, overseen by Dr Kasia Szpakowska from the seaside university's Department of History and Classics, will explore the world of demons in second millennium BC Ancient Egypt (2000-1000 BC).
He was the author of a book on witchcraft, Demonology, so he might have had claim to be an authority.
For the many among us who find delight in the dark side, this study deals with the devil, witches, demonology, possession, exorcism, black magic, ghosts, specters, poltergeists, and werewolves.
In traditional demonology, humans are compelled, tricked or lured into corruption--or even outright possessed by demons.
Perceptions of the Nazis lurched from 1940s demonology to "thoughtless" automatons of totalitarian theory.
In the second panel, we have an article by Janet Warren (MD and doctoral candidate, University of Birmingham, UK) exploring how chaos and chaos-complexity theory may help us better understand demonology.
Last, and most important, should be Doctor Faustus, a play problematic for its skepticism (very possibly indebted to Cornelius Agrippa, Of the Vanitie and Vncertaintie of Artes and Sciences [London, 1575]), demonology (indebted to Agrippa's Of Occult Philosophy, including the spurious fourth book), and background of contemporary debates about double predestination.
In particular, Jean le Graveur's narration can provide new evidence for assessing the continuities and ruptures between radical demonology and the previous theological conceptions of the devil.
In demonology, Leviathan is one of the seven princes of hell, and its gatekeeper.
As an associate professor in the Department of French and Italian at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Magnanini hints in her epilogue at desiring to explore fairy tale magic in relation to discussions of witchcraft and demonology of the time of Straparola and Basile.
Cameron also explores what he describes as "Hate in the air: the economics of psychic possession," which covers magic/magick, sorcery, wizardry, shamanism, occultism, Satanism, demonology, and paganism (p.