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The Devil's Gospel: (Demon Grammaticus…

The Devil's Gospel: (Demon Grammaticus reports)

by Mr Ken Harrow

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Somewhere between 'the Screwtape Letters' and 'This Present Darkness,' Demon Grammaticus, a retired cynical demon, is commissioned by the devil to write an account of the strange man in Nazareth who is saying that he is the son of God. Grammaticus looks forward to the opportunity of spilling the beans about what really goes on behind the scenes. Did Satan want Jesus to be crucified? Or was he countermanded by Religious demons? There is, of course, no loyalty among demons.

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