Fallen Angels and Demons in Christianity

Fallen angels and demons are evil entities. They have the ability to deceive people. Both these entities are usually considered the same but there is a difference between the two.

To begin with, fallen angels are more powerful than demons. Basically, they are the sons of God, or you can say the angels who rebelled against God and as a result, they were banished from Heaven. Demons, on the other hand, are disembodied spirits.

Fallen angels have their own celestial bodies. Hence, unlike demons, they need not possess other bodies. Demons, on the other hand, are wicked and unclean spirits and seek the possession of a human or animal body.

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Angels in Christianity

The concept of angelic beings is quite common in Christianity, along with Judaism and Islam. It is believed that these spiritual beings were created by God, before the creation of the world.

They are also referred to as God’s messengers but are different from spirit guides as angels do not incarnate but the latter can take a human form. The angels glorify God and the ministers of God, that is, His representatives.

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Understanding the Holy Trinity

The Holy Trinity is an extremely important yet mystical doctrine of the Christian faith. It defines ‘the only one God’ in three aspects, that is, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

The Father refers to God the Father (Almighty), the Son refers to Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit is the Spirit of the Lord that exists all through eternity.

According to the Trinitarian theology, God the Father is considered the eternal source of Godhead. Hence, He is considered the “origin” or “source” of the Son of god and the Holy Spirit, too.

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10 Important Christian Symbols

Christian symbols depict important aspects associated with Christianity and Christian ideas. Given below are some symbols that are considered important in this regard.

Alpha and Omega: These are the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet. As Christ was called the “First and the Last”, it is considered as a symbol for Christ. These letters are often combined with other Christian symbols like the Cross and Chi-rho, too.

“I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End.”
~ Revelation 22:13

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