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Theology of Angel(S) in the Pentateuch

$ 45.5

Published: 2023-12-29
Category: Religion
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In our busy world, people find comfort and connection through devotions to Mother Mary, saints, and angels. This book explores angelic devotion to strengthen faith within the Church, especially during annual celebrations like the feasts of all angels and guardian angels on September 29th and October 2nd. Our belief in angels remains strong, even though their role in salvation history is mysterious. Angels, portrayed as strangers preventing harm or white-clothed beings offering peace, affirm God's presence in our lives. The Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC) defines angels as spiritual beings. St. Augustine, in CCC 329, describes them as servants and messengers of God, constantly beholding His heavenly presence. Angels, created by God, hold a higher status than humans, obediently carrying out His divine will. The Bible reveals their pivotal role in executing God's plan on Earth, earning our respect and faith. This book focuses on the Pentateuch, a foundational text for both Jews and Christians, exploring angels' significance in the Bible and Christian salvation history. Throughout, we aim to grasp the importance of angels in the Pentateuch and understand God's saving power through them. Though direct proof for their creation is absent, insights from biblical passages illuminate this profound topic. This book aims to explore angelology in the Pentateuch, unraveling divine mysteries around these celestial beings and enriching our understanding of God's plan through His angelic messengers.  

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