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Why do people continue to believe that satan is a fallen angel?


Why do people continue to believe that satan is a fallen angel when the scriptures they use are taken out of context and do not refer to him? Isaiah 14 is about the king of babylon, see vs 4- EZE 28 is about the king of Tyre, see vse 11. also 2 peter 2vs 4 and jude 6 say all angels that left their habitation (home) are in chains til judgement day. The verse in rev has not happened yet? and there is no scripture about an angel rebelling.

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Best Answer G. Diane Nelson Trotter (dianetrotter) says

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    G. Diane Nelson Trotter (dianetrotter) 3 years ago

    Had I read your whole question, I wouldn't haven't cited these ... already covered.


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    Eric Dierker (Ericdierker) 3 years ago

    Absolutely, It means they fall from grace as do we all. They leave home. Prodigal son and such. Israelites outside of their promised land. A Fall. Me when I reject or act wrongful.

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    charlie (celafoe) 3 years ago

    ds - rev 12 has not yet occurred ,MT The devil and his angels , his demons are his angels. 2peter2vs 4 they are in chains until the judgement (i will concede the sinned as it varies and can be a valid term) psalm refers to demons, satans angels


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