Saturday, February 9, 2019

Angels and Demons Course Coming Soon




ANGELS AND DEMONS

Who are the angels, archangels, cherubim, and seraphim? Who are the “watchers” mentioned in the Bible? What are their names? Do we all have "guardian" angels who watch over us? Do angels still appear today? Was Satan an angelic being? Is Satan known by other names or is he a mere metaphor for evil in the world? Who are the demons, where did they come from? Are they fallen angels? Is demon possession real and do exorcisms still happen today? We will explore many of these questions and provide responses from a solid and healthy biblical perspective.

When: Sundays 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm February 24, 2019 – April 14, 2019

Where: Oakwood Wesleyan Church
33 Brandon Avenue
Toronto, ON M6H 2C8
Phone: 416-536-3357

For more information contact Pastor Sule Prince Email: prince_sule@hotmail.com 

Cost: $200.00 (includes hand outs and notes). Online students: $100.00*

*Funds are in Canadian dollars.



I will be teaching a course on angels and demons beginning Sunday February 24. It will run for 8 weeks. This course can also be taken online. One of the 5 Articles of Faith in Islam is the belief in angels. The concept of angels in Islam has for the most part been borrowed and copied from Jews and Christians. However, Islam ignores a special angel called the Angel of Yahweh who is a central figure in the Bible. While Islam believes in Satan, it also believes in the jinn, malevolent creatures that are part of Arabic religion but are never mentioned in the Bible.

4 comments:

Abu Muawiyah said...

Jinns are not "malevolent creatures", you nincompoop.

Tony Costa said...

Abu Muawiyah. Maybe for starters, look up the word "malevolent".
Read your Quran,

"And [mention] when We said to the angels, Prostrate to Adam, and they prostrated, except for Iblees. *He was of the jinn* and departed from the command of his Lord. Then will you take him and his descendants as allies other than Me while they are enemies to you? Wretched it is for the wrongdoers as an exchange."
(18:50).

I guess Satan who is described as a jinn is a benevolent being in Islam.LOL.

joshuanah said...

Hey,

I am from Malaysia. Can is still take this course ? Is it too late ?

Tony Costa said...

Hi Joshuanah. I sent you an email in response to your question.