Carolyn and Chris
Belief of angels and demons is questioned, but the proof that they exist is
Angels and demons are acknowledged as having several different
appearances and play important roles, such as messengers, in various religions, such as
Buddhism, Hinduism, and Christianity.
In addition, they are mentioned throughout the
Bible and are exceptionally important in Christianity. Similarly, the Bible is one of many
guides to help people who study the configurations and tasks in which angels were
assigned to complete, a study also known as angelology.
Likewise, the Bible is a guide
for the study of demons, otherwise known as demonology.
Also, the Bible speaks of God
condemning Lucifer, or Satan, once an archangel to Hell along with one-third of the
angels who followed him.
Another practice mentioned is exorcism, where either an
object or person is exorcized, or when the devil is repudiated during a baptism.
some people do not believe in the existence of angels, demons, and other supernatural
beings, and are, therefore, known as atheists.
Yet these people follow good morals, such
as the Golden Rule, and believe in living every day as enthusiastic and loving as possible.
Although the existence of angels and demons is questioned, various forms of evidence,
found through religious and other sources, prove greater forms of spiritual beings exist.
Angels were not only an important aspect of Christianity, but also many
other religions that believed in different conformations and duties of their angels.
For example the Buddhist angels were referred to as
, or spiritual beings often “…
described as bodies or emanations of light or energy” (Phillips 1).
as bodies of light and energy in the Buddhist religion.
In the Christian tradition, the
angels were part of nine bodiless hierarchy powers (“Angel (religion)” 1).
involved in nine powers of authority in the Christian religion.
Christians also had a fallen