wise words. . eitt! I. I kinda like the character of Satan, he is actually kinda admirable. He had the balls to challenge the creator of the universe. He was charismatic enough to get
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#1 - carcassofgorguts (02/14/2014) [+] (51 replies)
Satan is less of a dick than God in the Old Testament too, that's the funny part. God is torturing Job, ordering deaths, and wholesale wiping out the ear with floods.

Satan is the good guy here.
#5 to #1 - captnpl ONLINE (02/14/2014) [-]
Yeah, well Satan tried to get Jesus to turn a rock into bread.

Look me in the eye and tell me that isn't ****** up.
#17 - anaklusmos (02/14/2014) [+] (12 replies)
I kinda like the character of Satan, he is actually kinda admirable. He had the balls to challenge the creator of the universe. He was charismatic enough to get an entire third of Heaven's angels to follow him. Even when he lost he didn't give up, one of my favorite lines in all of literature is " What matter where, if I be still the same, And what I should be, all but less than he Whom thunder hath made greater? Here at least We shall be free;....." He was the first revolutionary, he challenged the system even though he had everything to lose. Satan is an anti-hero. I am not all that sure he was out to get humanity either.

Tl;dr Eh Satan was a pretty cool guy fights God and doesn't afraid of anything.
#34 - kombee (02/14/2014) [+] (19 replies)
Well, I don't know if anyone's interested but I guess I'll write this anyway:   
In Islam, the devil wasn't an angel but was still in the ranks of the angels. He was a Jinn, a being of fire who like humans and unlike angels has agency over his actions. Albeit his fortunate status he declined God's direct order to bow to Adam, because he insisted that he was better. Because of his jealousy he bore an extreme malice towards humans, and that malice became stronger once God took away his privilage and damned because of his disobediance, his ignorance and his pride. What the devil sought out to do after that, was to try damn, hurt and otherwise lead Adam and his people astray, despite his ignorance not being Adam's fault. Basically he wanted to 						****					 people up and make them as miserable as he is because of his own faults, and he uses every stretch of his manipulative powers to do so by speaking directly to the human heart. The devil don't care about your prayers, your pity or your sympathies because he hates you more than you've ever hated anything in your life just because you are who you are, human. Prayers don't amount to anything, his pride won't allow him to change.   
   
Think of it this way: Every 						******					 up person and action taken by a person in this world is partially but decisively because of the devil. Things like rape, genocide, slavery and whatever heinous crime a person can do are all something set forth from the devil. He swells in seeing people suffer like him, wether it be men, women or children. He wants to see them all die and burn in hell. When a Person is being a dick towards you, cheats on you, lie to you or in anyway hurt you for no reason, it's partially because of the devil. So while one (understandably) judges and hates rapists, pedophiles, murderers and the likes, why wouldn't one empathise with them instead of the guy who made them become the 						******					 up people they were, just because of his unreasonable hate?   
   
Atleast this's how muslims look at it  : )
Well, I don't know if anyone's interested but I guess I'll write this anyway:
In Islam, the devil wasn't an angel but was still in the ranks of the angels. He was a Jinn, a being of fire who like humans and unlike angels has agency over his actions. Albeit his fortunate status he declined God's direct order to bow to Adam, because he insisted that he was better. Because of his jealousy he bore an extreme malice towards humans, and that malice became stronger once God took away his privilage and damned because of his disobediance, his ignorance and his pride. What the devil sought out to do after that, was to try damn, hurt and otherwise lead Adam and his people astray, despite his ignorance not being Adam's fault. Basically he wanted to **** people up and make them as miserable as he is because of his own faults, and he uses every stretch of his manipulative powers to do so by speaking directly to the human heart. The devil don't care about your prayers, your pity or your sympathies because he hates you more than you've ever hated anything in your life just because you are who you are, human. Prayers don't amount to anything, his pride won't allow him to change.

Think of it this way: Every ****** up person and action taken by a person in this world is partially but decisively because of the devil. Things like rape, genocide, slavery and whatever heinous crime a person can do are all something set forth from the devil. He swells in seeing people suffer like him, wether it be men, women or children. He wants to see them all die and burn in hell. When a Person is being a dick towards you, cheats on you, lie to you or in anyway hurt you for no reason, it's partially because of the devil. So while one (understandably) judges and hates rapists, pedophiles, murderers and the likes, why wouldn't one empathise with them instead of the guy who made them become the ****** up people they were, just because of his unreasonable hate?

Atleast this's how muslims look at it : )
#36 - eternalvoid (02/14/2014) [+] (16 replies)
User avatar #25 - dalokan (02/14/2014) [+] (28 replies)
Everyone seems to think that Satan is or was another sinner.

Hell naws.

He was an archangel, Lucifer, to be exact. He was the most powerful angel God had created. The reason he was the most powerful angel was because God gave him free will. Sometime, Somehow, Satan got fed up with God, and led a revolt with 1/3 of the angels in heaven. God and the other angels fought them, and he casted them into hell (The eternal burning pit).

As it goes, we were created after that. However, Satan was still a little pissy at God (A lot actually) and so he set out to corrupt us, humans. Since he was condemned to burn forever, he figured we might as well.
User avatar #14 - xXCorpitoXx ONLINE (02/14/2014) [+] (2 replies)
Satan is damned
It is pointless to pray for the damned since it is no longer possible for them to make it to heaven
To become damned you have to commit an unforgivable sin.
I was told damned people lose protection from God. I've heard you can literally feel it the moment you become damned, like something just left your body.
Damned souls usually lose their minds and end up in asylums or die only weeks after.
I've heard some priests have attempted to pray for damned souls and heard a voice in their head telling them "Don't pray for them, leave them be." or something along those lines
All damned will burn in the Lake of Fire.
Unlike in hell where demons torture humans. The Lake of Fire is much worse and demons and humans will burn together along with Lucifer.
Lucifer's main purpose is to take as many humans as he can along with him.
His hatred for mankind is beyond comprehension
So uhhh yeah if Lucifer found out you prayed for him he would probably laugh his ass off
#16 to #14 - anaklusmos (02/14/2014) [-]
I feel like you're taking this all a bit too seriously.
User avatar #107 - whiplasher (02/14/2014) [+] (12 replies)
God created an army of slaves. Angels, which were mindless beings which could do nothing but worship God. Satan just wanted that "free will" christians talk so much about and share the free will with other angels. For that, he was damned to hell.

Then God created humans. Again, mindless drones which could do nothing but worship God all day erry'day. And then Lucifer came and gave humans free will.

Hell, I don't even believe in God or Lucifer. But the Bible is a collection of symbols.
User avatar #13 - ROFL (02/14/2014) [-]
eight graders
#129 - ishotthedeputy ONLINE (02/14/2014) [+] (2 replies)
I worship Satan, does that count?
#146 to #129 - anonymous (02/14/2014) [-]
how's 7th grade?
#90 - windsong (02/14/2014) [+] (1 reply)
I honestly did do that as a kid. Mostly I talked to Satan about asking for forgiveness and changing his ways. That he knew he'd lose, so why not just stop now? I talked a good bit while pacing around the room. Ah, kid things...
I honestly did do that as a kid. Mostly I talked to Satan about asking for forgiveness and changing his ways. That he knew he'd lose, so why not just stop now? I talked a good bit while pacing around the room. Ah, kid things...
#83 - tastycupcakes ONLINE (02/14/2014) [-]
mark twain. what a ******* boss of thought.
#144 - micekill (02/14/2014) [+] (3 replies)
mormons did it
i was mormon before, and thus i have great knowledge on their ****
#160 to #152 - micekill (02/14/2014) [-]
ok, mormons are taught to not only accept people have different beliefs and opinions, we are taught to forgive them if they have wronged in any way, in such that, practically, we should not hate on gays, rather, we should be loving them. as far as i am concerned that is what i was taught, that means that many will try to pray for satan's forgiveness, there was a character in mormon's book that did this, not only that, but he preayed for the safety of his enemies. i believe that if a mormon doesn't sincerely try to abide by this then they are no mormons at all. i know many that manage it to a certain point, and i respect them for that, and i know others who fake having perfected it, whom i despise the most. hope that helped you
#89 - rogermannen (02/14/2014) [+] (11 replies)
This is the one thing i have never understood about religion. All religions with an "all-mighty" god agrees that he was the one who created everything, and if he was the one who created everyone, then he is also the one who gave us emotions, and human emotion is the thing that makes some people do terrible things, why did he give us that if he knew that we were just going to **** everyhing up? Did he do it as some sort of entertainmen to see how long we were going to last or was it because he was bored? If that is so, is that really a god that deserves our worship?
User avatar #91 to #89 - AvatarAirBender (02/14/2014) [-]
Yep.

I told that to someone and they basically stopped talking to me for a year and then the next time I saw her she told me she was doubting all religion.

User avatar #69 - nimba ONLINE (02/14/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Satan or whatever is actually a modern hero. He's like Bill Nye or something, teaching children rational thought and curiosity.
#32 - AnonymousDonor (02/14/2014) [+] (1 reply)
whoa mark twain came up with that?   
   
i mean i guess judging from the comments i'm not the only one who felt that way (despite being a more or less hardcore catholic) but yeah. i always felt sorry for this character of satan that supposedly exists and became the prince of darkness   
   
and i find it impossible to believe that any creature is beyond forgiveness   
   
quite the opposite i see that the most horrible of people, when finally turned good, end up being the most caring selfless and contrite individuals of all time - because they know true pain and, rather than living in smug self-righteousness, instead devote their lives to trying to make up for it
whoa mark twain came up with that?

i mean i guess judging from the comments i'm not the only one who felt that way (despite being a more or less hardcore catholic) but yeah. i always felt sorry for this character of satan that supposedly exists and became the prince of darkness

and i find it impossible to believe that any creature is beyond forgiveness

quite the opposite i see that the most horrible of people, when finally turned good, end up being the most caring selfless and contrite individuals of all time - because they know true pain and, rather than living in smug self-righteousness, instead devote their lives to trying to make up for it
User avatar #4 - lordlucifer (02/14/2014) [-]
He has a point
#150 - GEARBOY (02/14/2014) [-]
awkward...
#26 - anonymous (02/14/2014) [-]
Praying Satan instead of praying for Satan counts too? Because I do it all the time
#12 - anonymous (02/14/2014) [-]
im goina sound like some self righteous prick so im posting as anon, but i do. i think about it alot actually
User avatar #3 - ronyx (02/14/2014) [+] (4 replies)
The bible is just God's version of the story.
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