Do angels die? Do angels really have wings? Can angels become human? Pop culture's portrayal of angels may make good movies and books, but many are completely against God's teaching in the Bible about these amazing supernatural warriors. Vicki V. Lucas separates fact from fiction by examining what the Bible says about the different kinds of angels, examining what they do, how they interact with humans, and more to find out what the Bible says about angels.
Agree or Disagree?
- All angels have wings.
- Angels don’t die.
- Angels interact with people on a regular basis.
- Angels sin.
- Angels fall in love with humans.
- Angels can become human. Humans can become angels.
The world has greatly distorted views of angels. In young adult secular fiction, stories of angels are gaining popularity. These are mostly romantic in matter. Typical plots deal with angels falling in love with humans, angels trapped in demons’ bodies, humans that are half angels, and the list goes on. As I’ve searched for answers and pondered over some of the mysteries surrounding angels, I’ve realized that many of our beliefs about angels come from tradition or false assumptions.
Legend, myth, and lies surround angels. Our images of them range from little Cupid to sexy men and women who are barely dressed while they carry around swords. The only way to find the truth about these beings is to go to the source: God.
The Truth about Angels: What the Bible Says looks at what the Bible tells us about angels and examines how these supernatural warriors continually point us to God.