10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ANGELOLATRY»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to angelolatry
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“Angelolatry” is the veneration or worship of angels. Historically, because in the
great missionary faiths of Islam and Christianity, there has been a tendency for
the older polytheistic deities to reemerge as angels, angelolatry has often been ...
Evelyn Dorothy Oliver, James R. Lewis, 2008
Subtle Bodies: Representing Angels in Byzantium
The theological position that expressed considerable anxiety over both idolatry
and angelolatry was the formative background for the eighth-/ninth-century
iconoclastic opposition to depicting angels. It explains the concern the later anti-
A Text-book of the History of Doctrines
hominem ab angelo prohibitum, ne se adoraret, sed nnnm Dfuim, sub quo ei
eeset et ille conservus. Comp. Contra Faust, xx. 21, Conf. x. 42, and other
passages quoted by Keil, 1. c. p. 552. Yet, in. §. 131. Angelology. and.
Karl Rudolf Hagenbach, Henry Boynton Smith, 1861
Angel Veneration and Christology: A Study in Early Judaism ...
In this case, there would be nothing which reflects a real danger of angelolatry; in
actuality, the seer is depicted as one who at all times has harbored a
monotheistic devotion towards God. In such cases the angel's refusal of worship
Loren T. Stuckenbruck, 1995
3 Baruch: Greek-Slavonic Apocalypse of Baruch
See the condemnation of angelolatry in Col 2:18;518 its rejection in Rev 19:10;
22:8–10;519 and note the Jewish angelolatry mentioned in Kerygma Petrou. “
They [Jews] adore angels and archangels, the months and the moon” (Clement
Early Christianity in the Lycus Valley
if someone is discovered as he is engaged in this covert idolatry, he shall be
excommunicated, because he has forsaken our Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of
God, and turned to idolatry.169 The canon treats angelolatry as crypto—
... to have originally been a man also named Moroni. See Anas, Archangels,
Metatron, Moroni, Rahmiel, Sandalphon, Uriel. Angelolatry: Angelolatry is the
adoration and worship of angels. For thousands of years, people have debated
Angels A to Z: A Who's Who of the Heavenly Host
15 ANGELOLOGY Q ANGELOLATRY The improper veneration or even worship
of angels.Angelolatry is a kind of exaggerated belief and reverence of an— gels
and is condemned by the Catholic Church, for such worship is due exclusively to
Demonology and Devil-Lore
Heretical also was the theory that man could get along without any Angelolatry or
Demon-worship. Job in his singleness of service, fearing God alone, defying the
Seraphim and Cherubim from Samaél down to do their worst, was a perilous ...
Moncure Daniel Conway, 2012
Studies in the History of Culture and Science: A Tribute to ...
... of idolatry as stages in a historical process, but also a value judgment about
them, which range from angelolatry, directed to the lofty spiritual realm of the
Separate Intellects; through astrolatry, concerned with the eternal and