Dr. Dickason offers a detailed discussion on God's angelic creations and our relationship to them. A thorough outline covering the existence, origins, names, classifications, and ministry of angels is overviewed. Later sections discuss the activity in which Satan and his angels are involved. Their original state and fall, personality, and ultimate destruction is reviewed as well. Dr. Dickason concludes with a summary of the believer's defense against such powers of evil.
What are angels like? How many kinds are there? Are mental disorders caused by their influence? Long favored by scholars, this classic has now been rewritten to give us accessible scriptural answers to our questions about the spirit world.
C. FRED DICKASON JR., (Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary; B.S., Iowa State College) served on the faculty of the Moody Bible Institute for thirty-four years. He was professor and chairman of the theology department until his retirement in 1995. An author and lecturer on angelology and the spirit world, he counsels many who have been involved in the occult. Dr. Dickason is the author of Names of Angels, Demon Possession and the Christian, Angels: Elect and Evil, The Spirit of Grace, Angels: Studies in the Biblical Doctrine of Angels, and From Bondage To Freedom Studies in the Epistle to the Galatians. Dr. Dickason resides in Carol Stream, Illinois.