I mean isn’t god the most powerful being with omnipotence so I guess not but you can get pretty close
Thanks for helping me.
Well you’re welcome
Wait, did no one talk about the Anti-God one? The Devil is supposed to be the opposing force of God, and the *Anti-God* is basically that, so they are the exact same thing. And since no one can beat the Devil besides God, it makes sense with the description of the Anti-God, “They can not be replicated, being an entity that is one of a kind in the same way God is one of a kind.” That’s not *exactly* what it said, but that’s basically what it was saying.
There more of a balance than a full fledged devil well they are evil but not the devil kind of evil
They are *exactly* that. The Devil isn’t necessarily “evil,” he’s just an opposing force to God. The only reason we see him as “evil” is because of the usual depiction of him and because God said he was because God is “good,” so we just say he’s “evil.” But by that logic, he is technically “evil,” but also not at the same time — you see what I’m getting at? That’s basically the belief of satanism (not saying I’m a part of that, but I kinda can?), just anything that opposes God’s word. Doesn’t have to be killing, just something that the Bible says isn’t right to do.
Yeah I see where you’re going I didn’t thoroughly read I just skimmed though the page My bad.
No, no. It’s fine! I understand what you were saying, though. The Devil is often depicted as just a sneering demon with a spiky crown and cape who wants the world to burn because he gets a kick out of it, and that might be true, but I believe there’s no “good” or “evil” in this world, just what is. I mean, when has war ever proved who was right? All it proves is who is left. So I could be wrong since I’m basing this off of my own depiction of the Devil, but who knows?
I think Fallen-Transcendant Angel Physiology makes the most sense since satan is technically a fallen angel
Huh, that actually makes a lot of sense. However, I believe the Devil and Lucifer are two different people in the same way Jesus is different from God. They are both the same thing/person, yet separate at the same time. I see the Devil as just the literal concept of evil, God being the concept of good (or at least, the opposing force). Jesus, to me, was more of a representative of God, like how Lucifer was just a representation of the Devil. You see, God created angels to specifically obey Him, so how would Lucifer’s fall have happened if He’s omnipotent? There’d have to have been an already existing force (such as corruption, which goes into the concept of evil) for Lucifer to have been corrupted by pride and jealousy. The perfect tree does *not* bear rotten fruit, but a plague could cause a few of those to happen. This is why I don’t believe God to be *the* most powerful, but instead one of the (there being two) most powerful. Take it as Yin and Yang, I guess. So in short, I don’t believe the Devil to be a fallen angel, *Lucifer* was the fallen angel. So I’d say they are two different things, meaning that the Anti-God would still make the most sense. Again, I could be wrong since I’m basing this all off of my own belief, but this just seems the most logical to me.
What do you think?