Pre Judaism mythology prove, human are children of Satan, not Christian god Yahweh, thought?
Evidence prove, in original myth, Satan is a goddess who lived by the red sea, she married the god Tammauz. Satan gave birth to 100 babies per day. The god Yahweh angry at Satan for refusing to marry him, order his angels to flood earth with a giant flood and kill any survivors. Satan and her eldest son Lucifer, killed and use the angels' body to seal the flood water, curse Yahweh with 60 plagues and sealed him away. Satan warn, Yahweh will return and trick people to belief, gods other then him are false gods/demons, persecute those who don't worship him as only real god, teach evil as good
Do you really believe these things which you wrote? ... what is your question?
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It is interesting that your "original myth" would use biblical interpretations that came about after the Greeks and Romans twisted everything around. Lucifer is mentioned only once in Hebrew text. That is to say Greek interpretations of original text. Lucifer and Satan are not specific individuals but rather Greek and Hebrew terms for an enemy or adversary, or accuser.
I must admit however that this is an interesting snippet and would be interested in hearing more. You should probably dump the "prove" in your opener.
by peter565 19 months ago
Only Christian myth say he is god/good & Satan is demon/evil, all other religion vise verse thought?Christian myth say Yahweh (Christian god's name) created Adam and Eve, who is tempted by Satan and sin, got kick out of Eden garden, god believe men to be evil and flood the earth killing...
by peter565 19 months ago
The bible's own book of revelation show Yahweh=evil, Satan=good, thought?I decided to read the bible's book of revelation, to see what the fuzz is about. After reading it, I can only conclude 1. Both Christian god "Yahweh" and "Satan", are gods 2. Yahweh is the evil god here to...
by peterxdunn 11 months ago
A question for Jewish people. Do you believe in the Devil?I mean in the way that Christians do. I know that satan comes from Hebrew and means simply 'adversary'. I also know that devil comes from Greek: diabolos, and means simply 'accuser' or 'slanderer'. I know, also, that the name Lucifer,...
by Dale Hyde 6 years ago
I am amazed that the passage of legalized gay marriage in Maryland is heavily contested by the "churches". What does gay marriage have to do with "faith"? And... why do they care or even want to move forward to stumble this milestone?Equality is guaranteed....by that piece...
by Elizabeth 3 years ago
How can the Bible be considered proofI would say that 8 out of ten times when discussing proof of god with a theist, they quote the Bible. In my perspective, the Bible is the collection of claims about the christian god, not the evidence for it - and all claims require...
by Alan 3 years ago
In other words, does the existence of "God" depend upon the mind of Man to support that existence?
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