No Ordinary Angel: Celestial Spirits and Christian Claims About Jesus

Theologians and biblical scholars don’t usually trespass into popular religion. That tends to be the territory of religion scholars. The difference is part of the implicit and sometimes explicit distinction between those who study divinity in order to articulate the way things should be under God, and those who study piety in order to discover how things actually turn out in human hands.


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