It is a location that is wholly spiritual in nature. Heaven is the place where God dwells. But on the other hand, there s some even weirder stuff that the Bible DOES say about angels and demons that we never hear in Sunday school.
Let s take a tour of some of the specific types of angels the Bible mentions.
Angels and demons (and the spirit world in general) are fascinating.
So one rainy Sunday afternoon, I made this list of all the angels and demons the Bible mentions.
I probably don t have to tell you that it would have taken me a lot longer to do without.
For example, the Bible doesn t say we become angels when we die—that s from It s a Wonderful Life.
But sometimes it s hard to separate what the Bible says from traditions and lore that we ve picked up along the way.
Those who are allowed into heaven are given new bodies that do not decay and death will be gone.
God s Angels Angels and DEMONS Angels In The Bible
There s a lot of weird stuff we hear about angels that doesn t show up anywhere in the Bible.
I m not going to spend time on angels or demons as general categories—this list focuses specifically on categories of divine beings (excluding the trinity and idols) the Bible mentions.
I was curious about just what kinds of angels the Bible claims exist.
Christianity defines heaven as being in the presence of God with places prepared for the faithful by Jesus and is viewed as eternal bliss beyond that which can currently be known.
For example, you ve heard of cherubim and seraphim—but what about that goat demon in Leviticus 67: 7?