Through UniBENEDICTINE, it is to broaden and strengthen the horizon of doctrinal service in today’s society from the perspective of formation and critical reflection in the theological field in the search for truth, as a service to the Church itself in its evangelizing mission. and from this to society in its social and cultural development.

A demon is an eternally condemned spiritual being of an angelic nature. It does not have a body, there is no type of subtle matter in its being, nor anything similar to matter, but it is an existence of an entirely spiritual nature. Spiritus in Latin means breath, breath. Since they do not have a body, the demons do not feel the slightest inclination to any sin that is committed with the body. Therefore gluttony or lust are impossible in them. They can tempt men to sin in these matters, but they only understand those sins in a merely intellectual way, since they have no bodily senses. The sins of demons, therefore, are exclusively spiritual.

Demons were not created evil. Rather, when they were created, they were offered a test, it was the previous test before the vision of the essence of Divinity. Before the test they saw God but did not see his essence.

The very verb to see is approximate, since the vision of angels is an intellectual vision. Since many will find it very difficult to understand how they could see/know God, but not see/know his essence, it would be necessary to propose as a comparison that it would be like saying that they saw God as a light, that they heard him as a majestic and holy voice. , but that his face was still not revealed.

In any case, even if they did not penetrate his essence, they knew that he was their Creator, and that he was holy, the Holy among the Holy. Before penetrating the beatific vision of that divine essence, God gave them a test. In that test some obeyed, others disobeyed. Those who irreversibly disobeyed became demons. They themselves became what they are. Nobody made them like that.


  • Methods of Biblical Interpretation.
  • Exorcism in The Holy Scriptures.
  • Methods of Systematic Interpretation.
  • Modern exorcism ritual.
  • Investigative practice.
  • Elements of the Exorcist.
  • Spirituality and Psychoanalysis.
  • Treatise on Demonology.
  • Demon nature.
  • Temptation and sin.
  • The work of the devil in man and nature.
  • Theological and Biblical questions.
  • Hell.
  • The Mystical City of God.
  • Leviathan and Behemoth.
  • The devil and the Rules of San Ignacio Manual of exorcists.
  • The possession.
  • Latin.
  • Final research work.