Can Demons Be Saved?

by jimmyakin

in Apologetics, Bible, Theology

Wouldn’t it be nice is the devil and his angels all repented, stopped doing evil in the world, and turned back to God so that they could be saved?

But can something like this really happen? What is the biblical evidence and how does the Church understand this question?

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{ 3 comments }

atassina January 6, 2013 at 11:41 am

Jimmy, like that beard action on this video, “Can demons be saved?”. Reminds me of Germany, the black forest and that ancient teutonic experience, reminds me of the Church Fathers. Also like your mascots on the book shelf behind you.

mds January 10, 2013 at 8:16 am

@atassina
 Agreed, the beard is epic.  Jimmy, as a fellow “big beard” do you have any tips on care and maintenance? Maybe even a video?!
 
On the topic of angels I have always wondered this. Thanks for the clear explanation.

atassina January 10, 2013 at 11:07 am

Are you asking whether or not angels have beards like Jimmy’s beard? I suppose they could because Jimmy is quite the apologetic angel for at least some if not many of us. Or, are you asking whether or not angels can be saved? I don’t understand the philosophy behind having a fixed will after we die. Do you?

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