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Angels of Light, Powers of Darkness: Thinking Biblically about Angels, Satan, and Principalities
     

Angels of Light, Powers of Darkness: Thinking Biblically about Angels, Satan, and Principalities

by Stephen Noll
 

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Recent years have brought an unexpected revival of popular interest in angels. Books professing to draw back the curtain on the unseen angelic world filled entire bookstore shelves. Here, as if to mock the cold universe of modernity, were the stories of numerous and warm encounters with angelic beings.

But who are angels, and what is their nature and purpose in

Overview

Recent years have brought an unexpected revival of popular interest in angels. Books professing to draw back the curtain on the unseen angelic world filled entire bookstore shelves. Here, as if to mock the cold universe of modernity, were the stories of numerous and warm encounters with angelic beings.

But who are angels, and what is their nature and purpose in the biblical scheme of things? Are the biblical stories to be taken literally or symbolically, or should they be relegated to another day and age? How have the great theologians of the church regarded the angels? And most important, what are the nature and role of angels in God's cosmos and his redemptive plan?

Stephen Noll answers these questions in this detailed exploration of angels in the tapestry of Scripture. Here is a biblical-theological study of angels, Satan and the powers that fills a significant gap and will command the attention of serious students of scripture.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781592442287
Publisher:
Wipf & Stock Publishers
Publication date:
04/01/2003
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
(w) x 8.63(h) x (d)

Meet the Author

Dr. Noll, once Academic Dean and Professor of Biblical Studies at Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry, is now the vice-chancellor of the Christian University of Uganda. He has also served as the editor of Encompass, the newsletter of the American Anglican Council.

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