Was Lucifer, Satan? Who was he really?
Who was the mighty angel who rebelled against god in heaven? Lucifer? Satan? Is Lucifer, Satan? Some say Lucifer was the name of the great angel, leader of the Seraphim, before he fell, and then became Satan after his fall….is this true? Other stories say Lucifer is just a mere word and term to describe the Morning star, an alternative name for the planet venus in the sky as it rises before the sun does, and was misread in the bible, but was actually meant to portray a babylonian king. We all know some angel fell from grace and was the first to sin, but which was it? Lucifer? Satan? Both? Other people suggest that Satan, though was not lucifer, as a name, but was ‘a’ lucifer, as a light bearer….im confused,lol. Was Lucifer an actual figure, or just a misinterpretation of a babylonian king, and Lucifer being confused with Satan? 99/100 times when you search for something ‘Lucifer’ on either google or in books, almost every source describes Lucifer as being the actual name of the great angel of light that fell from heaven due to his pride. Whats the deal here? lol.
@ san miguel- this isnt a meeting place for closed minded ignorant atheists to ash on the faithful, i was asking a simple question and youre leading away from it and trying to start something else….get a life you loser!
@ san miguel- please remind me where i stated i was christian and believed in the christian doctrine??? Ummmm, exactly, i didnt! I just find christian stories about angels, heaven, hell, demons and a war in heaven and so on so interesting. I will not ever accept the christian faith, i find it to be warped, corrupt and twisted, full of hypocrites and insane individuals bent on armageddon and pleasing god, naive enough to believe those salesmen of salvation who stand at the podium wearing that pretty little dress, only thinking about the money in there pockets and not there followers….now let me clear something up for you miguel, though i reject the christian faith that does not mean i reject god, you dont have to be christian, muslim, jewish, nor any other religion to believe in a god, i believe in the existence of a universal creator, an omnipresent force responsible for creating the universe and holding it together, i dont believe in the christian god, they pretty much portray him a
Answer by big Mac
Probably all of the above.
Myths about peoples and places can vary greatly.
For a definite “what’s the actual answer?” Well, I can’t answer that.
What do you think? Put your answer below.