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    Why did God say: Let us give Satan to mankind?

    God created Eden as his heaven on Earth so that he could, some day come down and rule over us.

    He cast Satan out of heaven. I guess because she was creating a huge division there, and decided to send her to Earth, to also create division here, which she did.

    Why would a good God curse the Earth by sending Satan, the personification of evil, to Earth?

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    To give the Kingdom to the faithful. Faith produces humbleness. Humbleness is a pride killer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greatest I am View Post
    Why did God say: Let us give Satan to mankind?

    God created Eden as his heaven on Earth so that he could, some day come down and rule over us.

    He cast Satan out of heaven. I guess because she was creating a huge division there, and decided to send her to Earth, to also create division here, which she did.

    Why would a good God curse the Earth by sending Satan, the personification of evil, to Earth?

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    On what is this theory based? It certainly isn't from the Bible.

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    Satan represents the carnal mind in disobedient children.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greatest I am View Post
    Why did God say: Let us give Satan to mankind?
    God didn't ask that question. Why do you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greatest I am View Post
    Why did God say: Let us give Satan to mankind?

    God created Eden as his heaven on Earth so that he could, some day come down and rule over us.

    He cast Satan out of heaven. I guess because she was creating a huge division there, and decided to send her to Earth, to also create division here, which she did.

    Why would a good God curse the Earth by sending Satan, the personification of evil, to Earth?

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    Did GOD really say?

    Isn't that the same old lie from the beginning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greatest I am View Post
    Why did God say: Let us give Satan to mankind?

    God created Eden as his heaven on Earth so that he could, some day come down and rule over us.

    He cast Satan out of heaven. I guess because she was creating a huge division there, and decided to send her to Earth, to also create division here, which she did.

    Why would a good God curse the Earth by sending Satan, the personification of evil, to Earth?

    Regards
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    A few passages of Scripture , please. I can't find anything that God said any such thing to Satan . Where is it ?.................m
    " Aye Christian,,,know ye not that the one whom thou contendest against is none more than a reprobate ! " William Gurnell

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    Quote Originally Posted by Israel View Post
    Satan represents the carnal mind in disobedient children.
    Satan is very real, and not only represents evil but is the epitome of it. He has declared war against God and especially God's people . And nowhere is that more conspicuous than the battle that never ends between God's true people and Satan himself . He is a liar,and murderer and the father of lies. Jn.8:44 ff...............m
    " Aye Christian,,,know ye not that the one whom thou contendest against is none more than a reprobate ! " William Gurnell

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthewDuvall View Post
    Satan is very real, and not only represents evil but is the epitome of it. He has declared war against God and especially God's people . And nowhere is that more conspicuous than the battle that never ends between God's true people and Satan himself . He is a liar,and murderer and the father of lies. Jn.8:44 ff...............m
    Have you seen him? How is a man tempted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jig View Post
    To give the Kingdom to the faithful. Faith produces humbleness. Humbleness is a pride killer.
    Then God has no pride.

    You seem to think there is something wrong with pride.

    I am proud of many of my choices. I am proud of my choice of wife and having children and raising them properly.

    Aren't you?

    God also has pride as shown at the baptism of Jesus, so pride must be a good thing. Right?

    Sure, some will say that it is all the degree, but we must have the root of pride to be the best we can be as humans.

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