The Truth about Angels offers intriguing speculations about the shimmering boundaries between angelic experiences and the edges of modern science.
What I love about Cheung's work is she takes human experience seriously, and helps explain what could be strange and mysterious in terms that are understandable to everyone. In The Truth About Angels, she even touches on the cutting-edge science of the mysterious - in a way that gets you thinking about all that we may discover about prophets and messengers in years to come.
The belief in angels and other multi-dimensional beings, whether they are 'real' or not, is pervasive and has been present throughout recorded history. In The Truth about Angels, Theresa does a beautiful job of laying out what we know, what we don't and how to listen deeply for support from the invisible realms.