Do you or your students have questions about angels and demons? Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller has prepared a Bible study anthology by taking selections from well-established Lutheran books, full of Bible references (!) and putting them together into a free booklet of about 50 pages. This would be helpful to inquiring minds or teachers hoping to prepare for the subject.
In His Own Words:
The Scriptures teach us of the angels, the ministering spirits sent forth to minister to them who would inherit salvation (Hebrews 1:14). The nature of the angels, their ranks and their works are revealed to us in the Scriptures for our comfort. The Bible also warns about the Devil and demons, their nature and work to kill, steal, and destroy (John 10:10).
This brief anthology on the topic of Angels and Demons was prepared for Adult Sunday School of Hope Lutheran Church in Aurora, Colorado in 2018. It collects parts of three documents.
The first section is from Outlines of Doctrinal Theology by A. L. Graebner, published in 1898. As the name suggests, it provides an outline of the topics and lists the related Scriptures.
The second section is from Christian Dogmatics by Theodore Mueller, published 1934. This work is an epitome or summary of Francis Pieper’s Dogmatic.
The third section is from The Doctrinal Theology of the Evangelical Lutheran Church by Heinrich Schmid, published in 1876.
All three of these works are in the public domain, and this work is also released into the public domain for the good of the church and
the promulgation of the Gospel.
This text, and (soon) the complete texts of the works from which these are excerpted are available for free download or purchase from www.wolfmueller.co/classic.
May God be glorified and His people comforted in the study of His Word.
Pastor Bryan Wolfmueller
Hope Lutheran Church, Aurora, CO
How Do You Get It Angels & Demons?
This is a great resource, hosted on Rev. Wolfmueller’s site. Just follow these links to either download a free PDF or purchase a physical copy from Lulu.
Spread the word. We’re so thankful for all the pastors who prepare resources as gifts to the church!