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“It’s time to read the Bible for what it is: a grand, unified story that involves the intersection of the unseen realm with human history not only in the distant past, but also with us today.” (source)
“All disembodied spirit beings are ʾelohim. ‘Angel’ is a designation of function—angels are messengers, and may or may not be sons of God. ‘Sons of God’ is a term of high rank in God’s spiritual hierarchy; it denotes administrative tasks of greater significance (territorial rulership, decision-making status in the divine council).” (source)
“God’s heavenly sons are called the sons of God,a and his earthly sons are humankind.b” (source)
“Since the Father may not be seen,a the Angel of the Lord is God’s visible messenger to humans.b” (source)
“There are many gods;a but the one true God is eternally the incomparable God” (source)