5 edition of The angelic way found in the catalog.
The angelic way
Rami M. Shapiro
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||BT966.3 .S53 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009021242|
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Rabbi Rami Shapiro seeks to examine and explore the mystery of angels in his new book, "The Angelic Way: Angels Through the Ages and Their Meaning for Us." He uncovers the shared myths about angels that exist in all the major religions of the /5(8).
The Angelic Way book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Examining angels as metaphors--not only as God reaching out to humankind b /5. The Angelic Way: Angels through the Ages and Their Meaning for Us - Kindle edition by Shapiro, Rami.
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"The Angelic Way: Angels Through the Ages and Their Meaning For Us" is a discussion of the history of angels and what they mean to civilization throughout the centuries. The Abrahamic religions, Zoroastrian and a few other faiths follow them, and Rami Shapiro, a rabbi and well known writer, offers much of a faithful tour of their origins.
The Angelic Way probably won’t draw many devout or even moderate religious believers. It will mainly appeal to people seeking a less orthodox belief system and to those not affiliated with a particular religion, but who remain fascinated by angels.
Largely focusing on symbolism, the book poses a challenging read.5/5. Angelic book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. As a half-demon master of the dark arts, Eve Levine isn’t what anyone woul 4/5.