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By Pentecostal Evangel | November 7, 2012

Scientists have identified more than 500 phobias that haunt the human soul. Where do Christians find deliverance in the face of fear? In this article from the Pentecostal Evangel archives, David B. Crabtree offers cogent answers.

Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf? Forget it. Fear has outgrown the old nursery rhyme to dominate the world scene.

Aldous Huxley wrote an essay, “Wanted, a new pleasure,” and suggested that most of our problems would go away if someone could invent a drug that abolished inferiority, enhanced fellowship and affection, and imparted peace.

We search for a bodily cure to a spiritual malady. More …


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