The Anti-Universalist, Or History of the Fallen Angels of the Scriptures: Proofs of the Being of Satan and of Evil Spirits, and Many Other Curious Matters Connected Therewith (Classic Reprint)
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Excerpt from The Anti-Universalist, or History of the Fallen Angels of the Scriptures: Proofs of the Being of Satan and of Evil Spirits, and Many Other Curious Matters Connected Therewith
Jehovah is represented as being infinitely good, and as having innumerable hosts of spiritual beings, or angels of a supernatural character, who act in his universal providence, among the works of his hands not only in this, but in all worlds, as agents, exerting a benign and protecting inﬂuence - while the other, namely, Satan, is also shown as having under his supervision hosts of spirits, or angels, of a supernatural character, but of malevolent natures, who act in the way of both moral and physical ruin, so far as in their power in opposition to God.
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