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Why Would Anyone (in the right mind) Worship Satan?

Posted Apr 27, '13 at 4:33am

MageGrayWolf

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Could you please find the verse, as well as explain who pointed this verse out to you? Surely someone else told you to hate Jews and used the bible themselves to prove that hate.

John 8:44 is the passage if you want to look further into it.

 

Posted Apr 27, '13 at 12:25pm

NoNameC68

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John 8:44 is the passage if you want to look further into it.

Thanks. He actually did give me the verse (he never told me who pointed it out to him though). Another moderator decided it would be a good idea to delete his offensive posts.

 

Posted Apr 27, '13 at 5:10pm

wontgetmycatnip

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Apparently you have not heard of the concept of on the spot decision, when your armies are miles away.

Sure, cause there's all sorts of historical precedent for the aforementioned event happening. Why since the Romans kept such good records, it should be recorded in all sorts of places, right?

 

Posted Apr 28, '13 at 3:36am

Minotaur55

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Whats the only word that has Emo in it?

Tremors
Lemons.
Demolition.
Remove.

Correction: Whats the only word that has Emo in it that actually has a more obvious and more sense-full definition rather then putting on eye liner and black nail polish for the sake of lemons or demolition?

The headlines here are all about Islamic terrorists, Afghanistan/Iraq, North Korea and drunk driving.

Thats because the previous headlines use to involve small children, priests, and lack of morality. Was my point not clear in the previous post?

Now I have a question regarding satanism, why on earth would someone make a Church of Satan? Who does this?!

 

Posted Apr 28, '13 at 3:45am

nichodemus

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Now I have a question regarding satanism, why on earth would someone make a Church of Satan? Who does this?!

Have you read the earlier pages? The biggest branch of Satanism today, and the one that is the so called ''Church of Satan", i.e, LaVeyan Satanism follows the belief that one self is their own "God". They do not believe in any supernatural deities, but treat ''Satan'' as a kind of behaviour, claiming that Satan in Hebrew means 'adversary' or 'opposer'; one who questions."

I don't see anything strange in that. The church even reported to the police a teenager who emailed them claiming an intention to murder for the sake of their ''Lord Satan''.

 

Posted May 2, '13 at 1:41pm

ArchlordPie

ArchlordPie

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I just have one thing to say to everyone in this topic: For a moment, assume that God exists. Not specifying which version of God (Allah, Yahweh, the Christian God, etc.), just that one God exists. Now with that assumption, ask yourself these questions: Is God perfect? What happens if He is? What happens if He isn't?

To answer the titular question: They like what Satan offers over what God offers.

(By the way, whoever said they'd surf on the lake of fire needs to do a bit of research on burning sulfur. Just saying.)

 

Posted May 2, '13 at 2:21pm

partydevil

partydevil

5,097 posts

just that one God exists.

satan could be this god.

 

Posted May 2, '13 at 4:11pm

pangtongshu

pangtongshu

8,619 posts

Yahweh, the Christian God

Well..I find that quite unnecessary to name him twice.

Yahweh = "God"
The reason he does not go by Yahweh in scripture is so that one does not misuse it and break the 2nd commandment (paraphrasing: "Thou shalt not say the Lord's name in vain").

Source

 

Posted May 2, '13 at 5:00pm

infinight888

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Well..I find that quite unnecessary to name him twice.

Yahweh = "God"
The reason he does not go by Yahweh in scripture is so that one does not misuse it and break the 2nd commandment (paraphrasing: "Thou shalt not say the Lord's name in vain")

It was really listed three times. Allah is the arabic word for "God". The differentiation there was between the Jewish and Christian versions. Yes, they're the same, they're all the same. But that's not the point.

 

Posted May 2, '13 at 5:24pm

pangtongshu

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It was really listed three times. Allah is the arabic word for "God". The differentiation there was between the Jewish and Christian versions. Yes, they're the same, they're all the same. But that's not the point.

The Islamic God is a bit more different than the Judaic-Christian God..if I remember correctly

 
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