Again... only if you assume it, without any Scripture to validate your assumption.Perhaps he was replaced?
Yes. The title of "Archangel" literally means "Chief of the angels". It's the New Testament equivalent to the title "Commander of YHWH's host" of the Old Testament.It seems more of a role or position rather then a type?
Says what Scripture? The cherubim and the seraphim are clearly distinguished as heavenly beings... but not once are they identified as "angels".All heavenly beings are angels.
The Greek uses the definitive article ("the" in English). Jude 9 refers to Michael as the archangel, not "an" archangel. Don't water it down.Now, you are totally wrong about Michael being the only archangel. In Jude 1:9 Michael is referred to as an archangel,
The Hebrew word translated as "one" in many translations also means "first" or "foremost". (Examples: Genesis 1.5 "There was evening, and there was night; the first day." Genesis 2.11: "The name of the first is the Pishon." Daniel 6.2: "... and over them three presidents, of whom Daniel was first, to whom these satraps should give account...") As in... Michael is the foremost of the chief princes. In which case, he is still taking on a unique leadership role.and in Daniel 10:13 he is called ONE of the chief princes, which certainly indicates that there are others like him.
Angels are angels. Cherubim are cherubim. The fact that the cherubim are so drastically different in physical appearance from anyone ever called "angel" in the Bible should be a tip that they are a different created being. Cherubim aren't angels.What is a cheribum or cherub and where there, are there other creatures in heaven other than the angelic beings???