Michael and Christ: Michael Tradition and Angel Christology in Early Christianity

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Wipf & Stock Publishers, Jan 4, 2011 - Religion - 306 pages
Darrell D. Hannah engages the debate over 'angelomorphic Christology'. He shows that more than one form of angel or angelomorphic Christology was current in early Christianity and that Michael traditions in particular provided a conceptual framework in which Christ's heavenly significance was understood. Darrell D. Hannah received his PhD from the University of Cambridge.

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Darrell D. Hannah received his PhD from the University of Cambridge.

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