Essentially every culture has beings that are equivalent to the Judeo-Christian notion of angels. Though by and large they are often believed to be spiritual beings of great power and knowledge, we in the west, thanks to generations of artistic license and marketing strategy, tend to think of angels as beautiful women with wings, or conversely pudgy cupid-like infants. Scripturally though, how does this hold up? What does the Bible have to say specifically about angels, and is there an insight to be gained about them from other sources as well? Check back Friday as the new series begins. God bless!
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D. S. Causey is a believer, a husband, a father, and an artist. Having always been a researcher at heart, he has found interest in everything from archaeology to zoonosology, but biology in particular captivated him like few other fields. His love of “the study of life” eventually brought him to the cutting-edge world of commercial biotechnology, where limits were pushed and boundaries blurred. Now an avid investigator of the science behind Biblical Creationism and a student of bibliology, D. S. is a committed member of the Creation Science League, the Creation Research Society, the Associates for Biblical Research, and the International Association for Creation. Fully embracing his calling, he has dedicated countless hours to the study of four areas of investigation concerning the authenticity of the Bible: Science, History, Philosophy, and Personal Experience. View all posts by dscausey