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  • Ken Francis October 28th, 2015 at 12:14 PM #1

    I am reading the soft cover version of your book published by WIPF & Stock, Eugene, Oregon. On page 42, under heading of: ” Angels Don’t Go there “; 2nd paragraph – ” In every case, the term ‘ sons of God ‘ refers to celestial beings ( angels, [parenthesis mine] ). On page 73, under heading ” Yahweh’s Inheritance “; 3rd paragraph – ” First, the phrase ‘ sons of God ‘ does not mean angels ( celestial beings, [parenthesis mine] ) Can you help me? Which one is it?

  • Thom October 28th, 2015 at 12:56 PM #2

    You’re seeing a contradiction where there is none. Celestial beings is a broader term than angels. It means beings that live in the heavens. Deities, etc. Jesus identified them as angels, but this was well after the turn to monotheism.

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