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Read the description for more info The Evolution of Satan in the Bible Devil in Christianity

Some time later, the metaphor of the morning star that Isaiah 14:12 applied to a king of Babylon gave rise to the general use of the Latin word for "morning star", capitalized, as the original name of the devil before his fall from grace, linking Isaiah 14:12 with Luke 10:18 ("I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven lucifer,[13][14] meaning "the morning star, the planet Venus"

The Bright Morning Star goes to the misnomer of "Lucifer", which is an ... Since it is clear that Jesus is the "Bright Morning Star. Acts 17:11 Christian writers applied the words of Isaiah 14:12 to Satan. Sigve K Tonstad argues that the New Testament War in Heaven theme of Revelation 12:7-9, in which the dragon "who is called the devil and Satan … was thrown down to the earth", derives from the passage in Isaiah 14.[62] Origen (184/185 – 253/254) interpreted such Old Testament passages as being about manifestations of the Devil; but of course, writing in Greek, not Latin, he did not identify the devil with the name "Lucifer".[63][64][65][66] Tertullian (c. 160 – c. 225), who wrote in Latin, also understood Isaiah 14:14 ("I will ascend above the tops of the clouds; I will make myself like the Most High") as spoken by the Devil,[67] but "Lucifer" is not among the numerous names and phrases he used to describe the devil.[68] Even at the time of the Latin writer Augustine of Hippo (354–430), "Lucifer" had not yet become a common name for the Devil.

Some time later, the metaphor of the morning star that Isaiah 14:12 applied to a king of Babylon gave rise to the general use of the Latin word for "morning star", capitalized, as the original name of the devil before his fall from grace, linking Isaiah 14:12 with Luke 10:18 ("I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven") and interpreting the passage in Isaiah as an allegory of Satan's fall from heaven.

However, the understanding of the morning star in Isaiah 14:12 as a metaphor referring to a king of Babylon continued also to exist among Christians. Theodoret of Cyrus (c. 393 – c. 457) wrote that Isaiah calls the king "morning star", not as being the star, but as having had the illusion of being it They may also use the name Lucifer when speaking of Satan's motive for rebelling and of the nature of his sin,

Some time later, the metaphor of the morning star that Isaiah 14:12 applied to a king of Babylon gave rise to the general use of the Latin word for "morning star", capitalized, as the original name of the devil before his fall from grace, linking Isaiah 14:12 with Luke 10:18 ("I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven lucifer,[13][14] meaning "the morning star, the planet Venus"

The Bright Morning Star goes to the misnomer of "Lucifer", which is an ... Since it is clear that Jesus is the "Bright Morning Star. Acts 17:11

The Birth of Satan (PDF) https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjG2qX158LKAhWFcT4KHdBdCUMQFggcMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fkirovogradmission.jimdo.com%2Fapp%2Fdownload%2F7326315094%2FThe%2BBirth%2Bof%2BSatan.pdf%3Ft%3D1361047303&usg=AFQjCNE8moQ-J3bUGzlE_PeTHGM42kkpqA&sig2=w5SQusRy8eldsIll0RbUig&bvm=bv.112454388,d.cWw


Awesome video by 43alley and i couldn't have said it better myself An Atheist Reads the Bible 8 from 43alley https://youtu.be/j-gbOnWj6Mw You can read Paradise Lost online through Google Books. Start here, then eventually buy a copy for your bookshelf: https://books.google.com/books?id=pO4MAAAAYAAJ&printsec=frontcover&output=html_text&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0

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