When author Travis L. Biller was first called to be a pastor, he dreamed of winning people to Christ, of having the joy of seeing people grow in their faith, to be a part of mission trips, to experience love in the fellowship, to see the Book of Acts come alive in the church. But many of those dreams didn't materialize. Biller admits he was naIve about spiritual warfare and the conflict it can cause in the church. In Man of the World, he addresses the deep-rooted problem: churchgoers are influenced by a force bent on derailing God's work in the life of the church. Biller delves into the subject of Satan--his origin, character, and influence in the church. He discusses what the Bible teaches about Satan so we can better understand how he seeks to influence us. A study on how to gain victory against Satan and his schemes, Man of the World outlines the values of today that are a product of the spiritual influence that opposes God's truth, rule, and glory in one's life and in the life of the church. Biller encourages Christians to engage in spirit-filled self-evaluation to discern what spiritual influence holds sway in their lives.