posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 09:04 PM
If Satan created the Bible, he would be creating a document that caused people to worship God, not himself. Therefore, the concept that Satan wanted
to be greater than God and be worshiped like God would fall apart.
If Satan created the Bible, he would have to know the future. From what we know about Satan in the Bible, he is no more capable of predicting the
future than any other created being. If Satan were capable of predicting the future, he would not have played into the hands of the plan of God
unwittingly. For example, he would have done everything to prevent the crucifixion of Christ, rather than everything to cause it to happen. He would
not have caused Adam to sin, rather he would have prevented it. Since the Bible is filled with predictive prophecy, we can know that Satan did not
write it unless Satan is God.
Therefore, if Satan is God, he does not want to be worshiped as God.
On the other hand, sometimes I think a lot of these pastors are working for him. They sure have the money business and entertainment business down
pat. I think Joan of Arc would have been surprised, not to mention Paul, who made tents for a living while he preached. For all we know, Jesus was
doing carpenter work between preaching assignments, too. At the cross, he turned over the responsibility of caring for his mother to John.
Also, Jesus covered this very topic when He was accused of working for Satan. www.bible-school.co.uk...
If Satan wants people to
follow him, and he can possess them, why would he send them away or cast himself out of them? It is illogical. It would be as if I were to say that
I am a painter, and the way I paint a home is to remove all the paint and never paint it.
[edit on 25-11-2009 by Jim Scott]