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Bible Says Some Demons in Hell: Are Some Not on Earth?

August 1, 2014 by  
Filed under Demonology, Fr. Fortea, Spiritual Warfare

Some Demons in Hell

Father Fortea, when the Bible says that some demons are in hell, does this mean that they are not on earth tempting us?

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This is probably the case. What also seems to be the case is that there is no difference in suffering between those who are in hell and those who are tempting mankind.

 

 

 

Editor’s Note:  To learn more about spiritual warfare and demonology, Catholic Spiritual Direction recommends Fr. José Antonio Fortea’s excellent book Interview With An Exorcist – An Insider’s Look at the Devil, Demonic Possession, and the Path to Deliverance.

Father José Antonio Fortea Cucurull is a priest, exorcist, and writer from Spain. He has published many books, some of which have been translated from Spanish into English, and has spoken at various venues in the United States. His most famous title is the Summa Daemoniaca, currently available only in Spanish. His book Exorcistica is a supplemental publication of Summa Daemoniaca.

To see many other posts on spiritual warfare and demonology, please click on the following link to see all our posts in this series: Spiritual Warfare and Demonology Posts (and Their Links) on SpiritualDirection.com

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Art for this post on “Some Demons are in Hell: Are Some Not on Earth?”: Caacrinolaas, Louis Breton, M. Jarrault, an illustration from the “Dictionnaire Infernal” by Jacques Collin de Plancy, December 31, 1862, PD-US author's life plus 100 years or less; detail of Padre José Antonio Fortea 2017, photographed by Elgatoconbotaselgatoconbotas, 5 May 2017 own work, CCA-SA 4.0 International; both Wikimedia Commons. Cover of “Interview with an Exorcist” used with permission, all rights reserved.

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About Fr. Jose Antonio Fortea

Father José Antonio Fortea is not only an exorcist, but also a writer, and parish priest. He once thought he would lead what he has termed ordinary life as an attorney in Madrid, much as his father did before him, but sensed instead a vocation to the priesthood in his adolescent years. A theology graduate of Navarre University in Spain, Father Fortea wrote a thesis there on exorcism. He has been a practicing exorcist for several decades.

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