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User avatar #22 - pixlexia (07/13/2013) [-]
Not that well educated in the history of modern religions so feel like this is a good place to ask for a simple answer

Is Lucifer, Satan, and Beelzebub the same or different? or does it depend on the religion?
User avatar #88 to #22 - xjessicaxrabbitx (07/13/2013) [-]
It really depends. There are different views by different people. A lot of this is debated, and then you have different sects. You also have people who argue about earlier myths with similar names, claiming some of those mentioned in the Bible are really deities or something else. Then you have religious texts not included in the Bible. It's pretty much left to you to look up and decide for yourself.
User avatar #85 to #22 - Anemophobia (07/13/2013) [-]
they literally are the same just different names
#55 to #22 - rctics (07/13/2013) [-]
i believe they are like the father son and holy spirit.
User avatar #43 to #22 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (07/13/2013) [-]
Lucifer and Satan are different names for the same person. However, I was taught that Beelzebub was actually Satan's second in command of hell, and his half-brother
User avatar #90 to #43 - cantbelieveimhere (07/13/2013) [-]
Beelzebub means "The Lord of the Flies," and is sometimes considered Satan. I am not contradicting you, only adding a tidbit to Pixlexia's question, and felt adding onto your comment since you answered what I could not.
User avatar #98 to #90 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (07/13/2013) [-]
Fun Fact: It actually wasn't "Lord of The Flies" at first. Many ancient texts were changed by Hebrews (hence a lot of the grief Spiritual Satanists give Jews) and Beelzebub's title was one of them. It was originally "Lord of All That Flies" or "Lord of The Skies"
User avatar #101 to #98 - cantbelieveimhere (07/13/2013) [-]
Ah, thank you, I was just quoting what I was taught when we read "The Lord of the Flies" by William Golding in school.
User avatar #23 to #22 - kingoflulzfool (07/13/2013) [-]
essentially they are all "the same" , but today's constant skewed points of view , we have confusion, and total loss of logic
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