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Angels: A Visible and Invisible History In A Poll, One In Britons Claimed To Have Experienced The Presence Of An Angel, While One In Three Remain Convinced That They Have A Guardian Angel These Are Huge Numbers And Mean That, On Some Counts, Angels Are Doing Better Than God In The Secular, Sceptical, Post Christian World Of The West, Continuing Faith In Angels Is Both Anomaly And Comfort But What Exactly Are Angels, And Why Have So Many In Different Times And Contexts Around The Globe Believed In Them What Is Their History And Role In The Great Faiths And Beyond Their Walls Are Angels Something Real, A Manifestation Of Divine Concern Or Part Of The Poetry Of Religion And Can They Continue To Illuminate A Deeper Truth About Human Existence And The Cosmos These Are Not New Questions They Have Been Asked Over Millennia, Right Up To The Present Day, As Writer, Journalist And Broadcaster Peter Stanford Explores InAngels, His Latest Investigation Into The History, Theology And Cultural Significance Of Religious Ideas

About the Author: Peter Stanford

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6 thoughts on “Angels: A Visible and Invisible History

  1. says:

    The review that prompted me to buy the book was illustrated with colourful images I d planned the book as a gift, so gave it away without reading much of it.

  2. says:

    Stanford has written an absorbing account of the angelic host, one that, unlike God, has adapted to changing times Apparently, one third of Britons believe an angel watches over them He discusses when angels were first recorded The Old Testament and other parts of the Bible record angels emerging In Daniel they have names,

  3. says:

    Received in good condition Thankyou

  4. says:

    Really interesting

  5. says:

    This is a fascinating account of some of the most elusive creatures in Hebrew, Christian and Muslim scriptures Stanford, our most erudite and readable popular theologian, explores the nature and depiction of angels from their earliest appearance in Zoroastrian and Jewish religion through to their most recent incarnation in New Age spirituality

  6. says:

    I bought this book because, fourteen years ago, I met an angel in adverse circumstances the sort of encounter regularly alluded to in this fascinating examination of the special place angels have in our psyche What appealed to me most as one who has been enlightened is how Peter Stanford reconciles the putative existence of these eternal beings with r

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