The Demonologist: The Extraordinary Career of Ed and Lorraine Warren Topics for Discussion

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Ed Warren admits he is not a holy man, and states that demonic spirits do not necessarily dictate the existence of God. Do you agree with this statement? Why or why not? Would a belief that demonic spirits exist be possible without a belief in God? Why?

The Warrens believe that, as part of oppression, spirits can cause a person who drinks to become an alcoholic, or cause someone who is depressed to have suicidal thoughts. Do you believe such a statement is possible, if such creatures exist? Why or why not? Can an outside influence cause someone to do things such as drink excessively, in your opinion?

Throughout the book, the Warrens caution against the use of things like automatic writing materials and Ouija boards, believing they are an invitation for demonic spirits. Do you believe such novelty items pose a real threat...

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