Angels of the Bible: Finding Grace, Beauty and Meaning


Angels appear in the greatest of biblical moments: at the gates of the Garden of Eden, at the birth of Christ, and at the tomb of the resurrection. But modern-day Christians tend to either dismiss angels as fantasy or caricaturize them as one-dimensional cherubs.

The Very Reverend Kate Moorehead, dean of St. John’s Cathedral in Jacksonville, FL, invites us into a more dynamic understanding of the realm of the angels. Her devotions recount fifty key appearances of angels in the Old and New Testaments as she shares stirring theological reflections on the presence of angels and our life of faith.

In addition, the book features 56 full-color pages with depictions of angels throughout history. Art professor and scholar P. Scott Brown offers historical and theological context for these paintings of pivotal angelic appearances, including the Annunciation, the Celestial Hierarchy, and the Final Battle from Revelation.

Additional information

Weight 0.75 lbs
Dimensions 5.9 × 0.4 × 8.9 in

215 pages

Author Name(s)

Kate Moorehead, Scott Brown

EBA Authors Series

November, 2020


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