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SATAN IS A BAD ARCH ANGEL

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He did not kill Satan. He killed the symbol of the snake (the snake). God is the only person who can kill satan


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She didn't "trust" Satan (the snake). She was tempted. Satan kept telling Eve that the fruit would give Eve the intelligence of God. So she gave in.


A:The Book of Genesis never mentions Satan. In fact, Satan did not enter Judaism until after the Babylonian Exile. Moreover, snakes were a common element in ancient Near Eastern religious mythology. Nevertheless, Christian thought has suggested that Satan was indeed the snake.


I don't think so.Dont think a snake can be similar to a squid


the garden of eden who was known as the serpent or Satan


Satan or the bad minds of greed


Satan was not a literal physical snake. A literalistic at all costs method of interpretation is particularly troublesome when it comes to books of the Bible in which visionary imagery is the governing genre. Symbolic imagery, often used throughout the Bible, is multifaceted and masterful. We do violence to the text when we interpret what is symbolic in a strictly literal manner. For example, when the apostle John describes Satan as a "dragon" and an "ancient serpent," we would be seriously mistaken to suppose that he intend to communicate that Satan is literally a smoke spouting snake. The symbolism of a dragon or a snake is not designed to tell us what he looks like but to teach us what Satan islike. Satan is and has always been our accuser or adversary.


If you are talking about the serpent that got Adam and Eve kicked out of the Garden of Eden, then it wasactually Satan. He disguised himself as a serpent, or snake if you want to call it that, and tempted Eve with it. so it was neither man nor snake. It was a fallen angel, Satan.


Devil, The destroyer, Abaddon, The deceiver, the snake, fallen angel. Old name of Satan when he was pious was IZAZIL, and then there are IBLEES.


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The snake represents womans power. Men called them evil bringers of Satan and temptation to remove that power from woman


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No, the snake is not Worship on every continent. The snake at some point represents Satan. The bible in Genesis talks about how the snake got Eve to sin against God (the creator of the heaven and the earth and everything on it) Therefore to Worship a snake will be like to worship Satan and his demons. All over the world there are still people that Worship God in heaven but there are others that do worship snake and so many otherthings.


Adam and Eve were deceived by Satan who came in the form of a snake.


noIMPROVED ANSWER:YES! In the gospels, Jesus is tempted by Satan (the devil) to worship him. Then, in Genesis, Satan appears in the form of a snake. These are only a few examples.


The book of Genesis says that the serpent was the most crafty of the animals. And Satan came in the form of the snake to tempt Eve.


A:There is no mention of Satan in the Garden of Eden. The talking snake should not be confused with Satan, as can be seen by God's punishment of snakes for this one's role in the fall (Genesis 3:14).


The snake or serpent is a representation of the devil, or Satan, in flesh. He came to try to tempt Adam and Eve into turning from God.



That image is Our Lady of Grace -- who trampled Satan


The Satan came in the garden of Eden in the form of a snake, and tempted Eve to eat the forbidden fruit. She then told Adam to eat it as well.


No! Catholism's teachings are strictly against sainten



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