Yes they said it but when it was time for destruction, God didn't use them. He rained fire down from himself from heaven. The details of the actual event always trumps earlier statements. I told someone I was going to the store today. My friend said they would go instead, so I didn't lie but my first statement never came to pass.Those angels clearly said this. They said...and the LORD hath sent us to destroy it.
God changed his mind on who and how to destroy the cities.Why would the Lord God send them to destroy this place, if they never participated in any way, shape of form? If your interpretation were correct, then the passage would have likely said the following instead.
For THE LORD will destroy this place, because the cry of them is waxen great before the face of the LORD; and the LORD hath sent us to LET YOU KNOW HE ALONE WILL destroy it.
I am sticking to only the text, but the correct text not the incorrect text.That sure is a lot of rewriting the Scriptures, when it would be far easier to just stick to the text.
Yes, God had no help in created man in his own image. Angels might have watched, we do not know because tehy aren't mentioned.Perhaps you all think the same for me, per my interpretation of Genesis 1:26.
I have already publicly posted in support of your opinion that angels were created in the image of God.For the life of me tho, I can't understand why many of you would think angels weren't created in God's image? Why not? Give some good reasons why not.