Monday, 19 June 2017

Serpant or Satan?


And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him. (Revelation 12:9)

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it took over 3000 years for john to tells us that the serpant in the garden of eden was actually satan?

whats funny about this is. Christians attack Muslims by saying, your Book came 600 years later. lets use the same criteria  for their Book. nowhere in the entire Old Testament is Satan blamed for insinuating eve to eat the fruit, why did it take 3000 years for a greek unknown man to tell us?

why did the Old Testament miss out such crucial detail of all time. why couldnt the Torah simple just say Satan was the cause of mans fall, rather then using the serpant as its opponent?.

just for the record, one cant say in Islam Satan was the cause of mans fall, so why cant john say it. the problem with this is the Old and New Testament are not sure wether is was the serpant of Satan, there is no agreement. think of it like this if Satan was the cause according to the Torah, then why did Yahweh curse the Snake saying it would  crawl on its belly eating dust (Genesis 3:15)? does Satan crawl on its belly?. the Torah is makes a clear its a serpant not satan. wheras the New Testament makes is clear Satan was the Cause not the serpant.

in Islam the story fits perfectly without any sort  of twisted mix messages or ambiguity. Satan was the Cause of mans fall not a serpant.

this should clear the fact, that 600 years after the New Testament and 3600 after the Old Testament, the Quran Message is Perfectly clear and sound without any distortion.

so was is the Serpant or Satan who insinuating Eve to eat the Fruit? if you say serpant then the New Testament is wrong, or if you say Satan then the Old Testament is wrong. If Satan was the cause then this means he Crawls on his Belly, which creates a bigger probelm.

take your pick

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