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(Essentially, a fallen angel is an angel much more commonly referred to as a demon.)
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In [[Christianity]], '''fallen angels''' are [[Angels]] which have either fallen from [[heaven]] to become mortal, or were thrown out of [[Heaven]] by [[God]].
 
In [[Christianity]], '''fallen angels''' are [[Angels]] which have either fallen from [[heaven]] to become mortal, or were thrown out of [[Heaven]] by [[God]].
Essentially, a fallen angel is an angel much more commonly referred to as a demon.  
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Essentially, a fallen angel is an angel much more commonly referred to as a [[demon]].  
  
  
 
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Template:Stub In Christianity, fallen angels are Angels which have either fallen from heaven to become mortal, or were thrown out of Heaven by God. Essentially, a fallen angel is an angel much more commonly referred to as a demon.