Does God need the divine council?
Many people object that since God doesn’t need anyone to help him rule in the heavenly places, therefore there is no divine council. This objection is puzzling, since it is easily repurposed to “prove” that there are also no earthly rulers either.
Angels and ghosts
The common assumption that Matthew 18 and Acts 12 give us glimpses of guardian angels is probably mistaken. Rather, the term angel in these passages is referring to human spirits.
Some thoughts on angelology
In no particular order.
Was the universe made just for us?
Ace apologist Tim McGrew thinks the idea sits awkwardly with Christian theology; I respectfully beg to differ.