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By Bob Newman / Bethany House / 2012
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Supernatural beings—both the good and bad—fascinate us because they are surrounded by mystery. What do they look like? Are they sent to protect us? Are they even real, and should we be afraid? It turns out God has already answered our questions about angels and their fallen counterparts, demons—we just have to open the Bible. In this book, every scriptural reference to angels and demons has been carefully collected and organized. When necessary, brief but clear explanations are provided, using insights gathered from trustworthy commentaries. There’s plenty to discover in Scripture; let the Word of God quench your curiosity about angels and rest your fears about demons.
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Bob Newman is professor of New Testament at the Biblical Theological Seminary of Hatfield, Pennsylvania (a suburb of Philadelphia) and director of the Interdisciplinary Biblical Research Institute there. As a theologian, he has earned an MDiv and ThM. He has done further graduate work in religious thought at the University of Pennsylvania, in biblical geography at the Institute of Holy Land Studies (now Jerusalem University College), and in biblical interpretation at Westminster Theological Seminary.
In the field of science, Dr. Newman received his under-graduate degree in physics from Duke University and his doctorate in theoretical astrophysics from Cornell University. He has done scientific research for the US Weather Bureau and the Franklin Institute.