Heavenly Hosts, a Panoramic Study of Angels

by Ted Kyle

In Heavenly Hosts, the author takes a staunchly conservative, biblical view of the doctrine of angels—making the book an excellent teaching tool or student handbook for instruction in angiology. For example, Knowles points out that—contrary to medieval cupids and New Age conceptions of angels as good emanations, even animals—the Bible invariably speaks of angels as masculine. When they appeared to humans, they were always in the form of men.

The book discusses the origin and nature of angels, fallen angels (including Satan), the "Angel of the Lord," and the ongoing ministry of angels.

The material in Heavenly Hosts originally appeared in Part I of Angels and Demons, ©1994, College Press Publishing Co.

Target: The Church

Type:   Basic Doctrine

Take:    Recommended

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