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angel-like beings in other religions. The second part of the book is actually one long philosophical argument that attempts to prove that angels are scientifically possible.
angel-like beings in other religions. The argument starts with attempting to show that angels are clearly conceived to be a form of suprahumannes and that this view is compatible with modern theories of evolution. In many respects, the first part of the book is laying the foundation for this claim. 5 people found this helpful.
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Angels : Messengers of Grace. Proving the existence of angels. com User, March 8, 2002
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Angels: Ministers of Grace by. Geddes MacGregor.
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Authors: MacGregor, Geddes. eBook 36,99 €. price for Russian Federation (gross). Angels and Other Ministers of the Grace of God. Pages 91-98. ISBN 978-1-349-06094-8. Digitally watermarked, DRM-free.
John Geddes MacGregor (13 Nov. 1909–9 Oct. 1998) was an author, philosophy scholar, educator, and an ordained Episcopal priest. MacGregor was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1909, and his early life was spent in Edinburgh, Dundee, and in continental Europe. MacGregor received a Bachelor of Divinity degree from the University of Edinburgh (BD, 1939).
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