Tag Archives: Angels

Series on How to Compose a Doctrinal Statement

Below, you’ll find links to my series on how to develop and write a doctrinal statement. I’ve geared this toward churches specifically, but I hope it will be of some benefit to you personally as well. This also is my … Continue reading

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Were the Greek Gods Real?

Wes Callihan, of Roman Roads Media and Hill Abbey, has a short video on YouTube called “Were the Greek Gods Real?” His answer: Yes! Well, at least they’re based on some grains of truth. Watch the video below for his … Continue reading

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Composing a Doctrinal Statement [sections 4&5 — on Angels and Mankind]

Composing a doctrinal statement (or any other essential documents) can be one of the most arduous (but crucial) projects undertaken by a church. In this series, I’m sharing my own doctrinal statement, a section (or two) at a time, in … Continue reading

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The “Sons of God” [Part 5]

CONCLUSION In summary, there are four common interpretations of the identity of the “sons of God” of Genesis 6:1-4. The first view was that the sons of God were polygamous human rulers; the second was that the term “sons of … Continue reading

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The “Sons of God” [Part 4]

We’ve looked at three interpretations so far regarding the identity of the sons of God in Genesis 6. The first view was that the sons of God were polygamous human rulers; the second was that the term “sons of God” … Continue reading

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