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ambiguous as you like
(someone fascinate me)
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No, of course not. But there's a sect of Christianity, the Cathars, that believed he was the good guy, after all it was Satan that pointed us in the direction of the tree of knowledge. God would have had us all living in ignorance, but Satan set out to liberate us. God punished humanity for eating from the tree of knowledge, but how could Adam and Eve have known about good and evil before obtaining such knowledge? It's a paradox.

God expected us to blindly follow him, Satan did the opposite, he gave us the right to decide. And lets not forget, God killed humans at will, he drowned us all, he told us to murder in his name; did Satan ever do this? Absolutely not.

Does Satan exist? No. But if he did... I'm with him.
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Satan ? You mean Teemo ?))
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Let me spoil the ending: no.
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I still don't know why I like the name Lucifer...

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This quote is roughly correct.

'The greatest trick of the devil, was to convince the world that he does not exist'


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Well if you take the laveyan perspective, satan is the symbol of a persons own personality or desires. Or even inner nature if you will...

So in that sense I guess it exists
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No, of course not. But there's a sect of Christianity, the Cathars, that believed he was the good guy, after all it was Satan that pointed us in the direction of the tree of knowledge. God would have had us all living in ignorance, but Satan set out to liberate us. God punished humanity for eating from the tree of knowledge, but how could Adam and Eve have known about good and evil before obtaining such knowledge? It's a paradox.

God expected us to blindly follow him, Satan did the opposite, he gave us the right to decide. And lets not forget, God killed humans at will, he drowned us all, he told us to murder in his name; did Satan ever do this? Absolutely not.

Does Satan exist? No. But if he did... I'm with him.
Or is it Satan that has convinced you.....

Mwahahahahaha.


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No more than God... or any other fictional character for that matter.
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ambiguous as you like
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This is RELIGION
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(Original post by Jjj90)
No, of course not. But there's a sect of Christianity, the Cathars, that believed he was the good guy, after all it was Satan that pointed us in the direction of the tree of knowledge. God would have had us all living in ignorance, but Satan set out to liberate us. God punished humanity for eating from the tree of knowledge, but how could Adam and Eve have known about good and evil before obtaining such knowledge? It's a paradox.

God expected us to blindly follow him, Satan did the opposite, he gave us the right to decide. And lets not forget, God killed humans at will, he drowned us all, he told us to murder in his name; did Satan ever do this? Absolutely not.

Does Satan exist? No. But if he did... I'm with him.
Satan: The Edward Snowdon of The Bible.
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'Advice on everyday issues' forum

Hahahahahahaha

Made me laugh so hard.


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'Advice on everyday issues' forum

Hahahahahahaha

Made me laugh so hard.


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maybe this is an every day issue for me
U DNT KNOW ME U DNT KNW MY STRUGGLE
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This is RELIGION
and you... i am so new to this nd i hoped fellow students would be more friendly
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also i didn't just mean satan as a 'physical being' i was referring to mans struggle between good and evil ....
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in hell

**** lucifer
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[QUOTE=Eva.Gregoria;45790234]I still don't know why I like the name Lucifer...

same actually, always have..fascinating
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