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Podcast: Why Is God SO Tough on Angels?
Greg discusses God’s attitude towards angels.
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Angels and Spirits in a Secular World
This week, we’ve been thinking about why we should believe in a spiritual realm in a world shaped by secular thought. One argument that supports the belief that spirits are real is the oldest, most venerable, and most popular argument for this belief in the western intellectual tradition. In essence the argument runs as follows:…
Podcast: Did God (an Angel of the Lord) Strike Herod Down?
Greg considers the capabilities and liberties of angels and demons. Laziness and failure at all levels of the cosmos! http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0175.mp3
The Universal Experience of the “Spiritual”
Humans have from prehistoric times generally assumed the reality of spirits who transcend our physical existence. Outside of post-Enlightenment western intellectual culture the belief in spirits is almost universal. Whether conceptualized as spirits of nature or as power animals (as in primordial cultures), as helpful malã’ika or malicious Jinn (Islam) or as guardian angels or…
Podcast: How Does Spiritual Warfare Actually Work?
Greg talks about Spiritual Warfare and the risks of speculating about things we do not know anything about. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0331.mp3
Is There a Biblical Basis for Guardian Angels? (podcast)
Greg talks about angels and divine intervention. Episode 475 The Interview: http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0475.mp3
Do Angels and Demons Really Exist?
While the supremacy of God is never qualified in the Bible, this supremacy is not strictly autocratic. Other “gods” or spiritual entities like angels and demons are not mere puppets of the God of the Bible. Rather, they appear to be personal beings who not only take orders but also are invited to give input…