The Rev. Rachel May preaches a sermon called “Even the Demons” based on the Gospel text from Mark 1:21-28. She says, “You’ve been there. Someone–maybe it’s you–grows quiet at the supper table because they don’t feel like they know enough to join the discussion. For all the noise out there, there are still some things you and I don’t talk about because the second we try, we feel well outside our wheelhouse.” Exorcism, for example. What do we know about that? And why, in this modern world, would it matter?