A Study of Angels

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Simon and Schuster, Jun 15, 2010 - Religion - 114 pages
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This study of angelology discusses the origin, nature, activities, and destiny of angels—all based on solid, biblical teaching assuring readers that they are not alone in this world.

The interest in angels has never been greater. But with so much speculation and misinformation out there, how can readers separate truth from fiction?

This study of angelology discusses the origin, nature, activities, and destiny of angels—all based on solid, biblical teaching. While comprehensive in scope and biblical in foundation, this book is easy to read and understand.

This fascinating and informative book assures readers that they are not alone in this world.
 

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Review: A Study of Angels: Systematic Bible Doctrines

User Review  - James Hays - Christianbook.com

I have many books and study guides on the topic of angels, but this is the most comprehensive study I've seen. Dr. Myers has put together the perfect guide for use in a Bible class setting, on a topic ... Read full review

Review: A Study of Angels: Systematic Bible Doctrines

User Review  - Rev. Ronald Branham - Christianbook.com

An excellant source for an often overlooked facet of God's Word. Great teaching tool and formatted to keep even the casual reader interested. Highly recommend. Especially found the author's humility refreshing. Read full review

Contents

Introducing angels
3
a historical perspective
9
The nature attributes of angels
21
The classification of angels
27
The activities of angels part one
37
The activities of angels part two
43
The fall of satan and of angels
55
The angel of the lord
61
The identity of the angel of the lord
71
Special questions about angels
79
biblical survey of angels
89
Bibliography
99
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About the author (2010)

Dr. Edward P. Myers is a professor of Bible and Religion at Harding University. Other books he has written include The Problem of Evil and Suffering and Doctrine of the Godhead.

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