shit, i had one hell of a rant going on and i lost it.
i'll just put back what i was saying in the end. when i was younger, i used to love the contradiction i could pull out of a statement like "if God can do everything, can he make a rock so big even he can't lift it?"
he either can't make the rock or he can't lift it. both of which kill the overall power of God.
man is made in Gods image and mankind does evolve. so it would stand to reason God would also.
can He make the rock NOW?
no. but he can figure out how to do it and get it done then he can figure out how to lift it.
in 1983 no one knew what a txt msg was. now we live online. social evolution is quick.
things can change quickly.
but the point is mankind has always figured out how to do what we previously couldn't. the point isn't that God can't do it on demand, the point is he can.
as for the story itself, names to me are very important. the name of the angel coming at our "hero" is samuel.
the name of our angel is micheal. spelled like that.
not even sure satan would come into play until the end.
do all angels want to "go home"?
how did the fight start? which "named" angel did it? was it satan or is that how we refer to that fallen angel?
the hero in this one isn't likely to be a historical figure. but how i present him is what makes him a valid historical representation.