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Angelic Intermediaries: The Development of a Revelatory Tradition

@inproceedings{Macumber2012AngelicIT,
  title={Angelic Intermediaries: The Development of a Revelatory Tradition},
  author={Heather Macumber},
  year={2012}
}
This thesis explores the development of angelic mediation in Second Temple Judaism. Within this broader topic, I focus on a specific type or group of angelic beings who are given a variety of different names by scholars. They are often described using the following titles: an angelus interpres, an interpreting angel, a heavenly tour guide or an otherworldly mediator. What distinguishes these angels from previous angelic beings is that they engage in dialogue with a human as they mediate divine… Expand
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