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The Christian church spends a lot of time teaching us about how to have a relationship with God and how to live our lives to the fullest, there is a whole world of information a lot of us have not been taught about! We are taught the Angels and Demons are real, but what level of interaction do they have with us? Can we see them? They even exist? What role do spiritual beings have?

In this series, we will explore topics like biblical terminology, different spiritual characters mentioned in the Bible, and other contextual misunderstandings we may have based on a lack of understanding and background. You will be amazed at what you will find out in this series!

THIS WEEK’S RESOURCE: The Bible Project’s Spiritual Beings Series




  1. What did you already know about spiritual beings? What did you think, if you ever did, about angels, demons, and the whole cast of spiritual beings?
  2. How could this knowledge, this worldview, change your day to day life? Even if it’s interesting, what difference does it make?
  3. Thinking about the Divine Council, has this concept ever crossed your path before or is it a new idea? How do you feel about these beings having a specific God-ordered role in the governance of the Earth?
  4. Have you ever considered spiritual beings as having free will and the ability to choose, to submit or to fall in a way at least similar to ourselves? Does that change how you see them?
  5. If the Biblical writers saw the world through this lens, with a robust, diverse, and active cast of spiritual beings, how much of that do we feel comfortable dismissing or abstracting as a 21st century reader? How much do you reinterpret what is written because of a modern worldview?


The Unseen Realm: Recovering the Supernatural Worldview of the Bible

Download The Bible Project’s Spiritual Beings study notes here