Angels by John Cannon
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Angels are real, and are mentioned over and over again throughout history in various cultures and languages, and throughout Christian scriptures. But reality is distorted by imaginings in artistic and emotional perceptions, or by those who would use sensationalism or whimsical fantasy to sell a product. Catholic theologians and Doctors of the Church have arrived ( by way of painstaking analysis of what little can be directly known from revelation) at detail and conclusions that are nothing short of startling. Using inductive and deductive reasoning, they bring us a knowledge that results in intense joy, as we realize that we humans are so deeply loved always, are never alone, knowing we belong here, at this time: for the created world is ours, our heritage, made specifically for us, here, now, yet transcending tomorrow! We will never fully understand how important we are to our Creator, without knowing the world of the Angels and our relationship to these "big brothers" of ours. This information has both the "nihil obstat" and the "imprimater" of the Catholic Church, so can be trusted and depended upon as the purist truth available on the subject, coming from the source that was instituted for that very purpose. Be prepared to be pleasantly astonished. Never before has it been more clearly shown that "fact is more amazing than fiction"!

About John Cannon

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John Cannon was Keeper of Botany at the Natural History Museum, London, until his retirement in 1990. He has botanized and collected in many European countries and has traveled widely in the United States.
Published April 26, 2012 by BookBaby. 61 pages
Genres: Self Help. Non-fiction

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