[quote="someguy14, post:4, topic:257370"]
I am constantly in a battle with demons and many parts of that movie were very accurate to the situation I am in. I am not possessed by demons, rather attacked.
The part of being able to tell what was in the bag the young priest held without looking was an example. The exposing of weak points in the young priests life that may hinder him by the demon, another. The fact that a lesser demon may not be able to handle that female that was with him operating through Anthony Hopkins and then Satan(Baal) entering Anthony Hopkins character as they described, able to quote his life traumas and decietfully mix in his own interprutations. Those are examples of how demons work.
Anthony Hopkins using frogs to decieve and convince that child that he was cured opened that character Anthony Hopkins played, to gettting attacked by satan.
I noticed many postives about the movie that portrayed helping ways and actual experiences. Though I am very curious as to how accurate that is to actual exorsisms and experiences in catholic beliefs.
And also what parts of that movie took too many liberties or artistic licenses with what parts.
I would suggest reading the book. It actually gives some solid details regarding exorcisms and what it takes to be an exorcist. I haven't seen the movie, but from what I've read, the book and the movie are totally different.