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Where Demons Fear to Tread

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Venturing into an Obscure Corner of the Doctrine of the Atonement Regarding the Un-fallen Angels

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This essay consolidates, organizes, and contributes to the reflections of theologians throughout the history of the church concerning the inestimable benefits received by the un-fallen angels from Christ’s atoning death and resurrection, that we might better understand how the blood of Christ reconciles all things in heaven to God (Col. 1:20). Specifically, I explore five different ways in which the un-fallen angels are affected by the saving work of Christ, both in terms of salvation from the effects of sin, and salvation as the fulfillment of their being, while briefly considering the implications thereof for the church.

Affiliations: 1: Torrey Honors Institute, Biola University, La Mirada CA, USA


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