ANGELS OF GOD by Daphne D. C. Pochin Mould

ANGELS OF GOD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

To be able to write so knowledgeably about a spirit life of which so little can possibly be known is a feat in itself. And even more unusual is the book's full attention to an intelligent approach. Therefore, this effort to define the rightful places of Angels of God in the modern world -- firmly based on Scripture and the writings of such theologians as St. Thomas -- deserves the careful consideration of any Christian. Fuller meaning will flow from this discussion of how the angels fit into the plan of creation. In addition to citing Biblical references, the author analyzes the modern appearances of angels on earth as, for example, at Fatima in Portugal. She has produced a fascinating and enjoyable probe into a mystery. Though it will be but a dim reflection of what reality undoubtedly is, the book cannot help but give fresh perspective and appreciation of these spirit-friends, guardians and companions of man for eternity.

Pub Date: June 24th, 1963
Publisher: Devin-Adair