The branch of theology having to do with angels.(noun)
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Use "angelology" in a sentence
"Call angelology “theology-fiction” or “philosophy-fiction” if you like, or regard it as a legitimate part of theology as queen of the sciences and of philosophy as her handmaiden."
"Then a couple years ago I came across the term 'merkabah rider' in an angelology book, and the image of a Hasidic man with blue glass spectacles embossed with the Seals of Solomon, riding a fiery ethereal horse and wearing a gun belt just jumped into my mind."
"Of seven archangels in the angelology of post-Exilic Judaism, only Michael, mentioned as archangel Daniel 12:1 and Gabriel are mentioned by name in the scriptures that came to be accepted as canonical by all Christians."