I’m looking around for a post-Septuagint reference to the divine stewards over the nations (Deut 32:8-9) as anything other than angels (specifically as בני אלהים or אלים). I’ve not found such a reference yet, but I haven’t been able to be comprehensive in my search. Can anyone out there think of an instance where an allusion to Deut 32:8-9 calls the divine stewards “gods” or “sons of God,” and not angels (or spirits, rulers, etc.)?
November 7, 2010