The debate "Do you believe in satan" was started by
March 8, 2017, 4:30 am.
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neveralone, Ematio, UnderdogMike, theshadow0 and 3 visitors agree.
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Have you raised a child. That is exactly what happens. A young child is not rational. They are ruled by instinct at birth and get more reasonable and rational as their brain develops. Why is it so unreasonable that brains could develop from less capable to more, especially considering a more advanced brain increases odds of survival and reproduction?
how so? Jesus from what were told healed and gave wise words and was peaceful. the exact opposite from Satan.
Jesus is the Satan.
what exactly do you know about how the mind or the body function?
You can also believe that rational minds somehow evolved from the non-rational
Obviously you can since people do. That is why I asked about it.
yes you can. one can believe in a creator, but not the specific mythology. one can believe in spirits and souls without an almighty being. one can believe God is not all good and plays the role of both. one can believe anything, especially when no proof is required.
You cant believe in God but not believe in Satan.
yes totally if day is der nights also
exists .similarly if u believe in god you should believe in satan
well there's not only that part. there was a time described in Genesis where Satan is said to be an angel. but he got prideful and started a rebellion that didn't work. then there's the story of job. here he is described again as a physical being. also other parts of the Bible.
I'm curious how that works. Do you believe the Bible is metaphorical when it describes Satan tempting Jesus?
i believe in god but not satan.