Is Satan an atheist?
- “Fascinating”Lv 42 months agoBest answer
Definitely Not! He is the one indoctrinating atheists so they will not believe the Truth about God.
Satan is God’s #1 enemy and does whatever it takes to stop mankind from believing in him.
Many have fallen for his tricks over and over again.
Also many never even question their beliefs to see weather they are true or not. Instead they just follow blindly.
The blind leading the blind. And you wonder why this World suffers?
- 2 months ago
long before their were atheist satan was
- AlLv 62 months ago
Satan is the human mind, it reflects what the ego idolizes, the body, not the spirit, the word Satan originates in Arabia, it has to do with an astrological zodiacal sign called " Al-Sartan" and it shows up in the sign of cancer as a crab stinging the heel of a man holding a sword in his right hand and a snake on his left, Al-Sartan is the one who holds or binds, which is literally the etymology definition of the word Religion.
- 2 months ago
No Satan is not an atheist
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- PubliusLv 72 months ago
Nope. He knows very well that God exists.
- GitLv 52 months ago
How could Satan be an atheist when he walks with god?
Read Job 1:6-8, where god greets Satan as if a father asking his son where did he go.
- VeschengroLv 62 months ago
no since satan only exists within the religious mindset
- Anonymous2 months ago
no, atheism is just snare in used by the enemy. Probably laughing at the success of that snare nowadays, with so many wilfully going in the snare, and defending being trapped in the snare, as if it's 'rational' or 'logical' or 'intelligent' or 'reality'.
- Hannah J PaulLv 72 months ago
No, he is definitely a believer. As a matter of fact, way back in the garden, Satan believed so deeply in God that he knew he could count on God to do what God in fact did. He knew he could count on God's just and wise way of dealing with the situation. Wait . . . he knew that?
Yes, that is why he tempted Eve the way he did. The issue he raised would need time to settle. Notice, Satan did not challenge God’s power. No, he surreptitiously challenged the rightfulness and righteousness of God’s rule. He knew that such a challenge would need time to resolve. He knew that God would take that time. Oh yes, Satan is no atheist. He believes very much in God. One poster already cited to James 2:19. Having faith - believing in God - does not mean one will respond positively.
Hannah J Paul
- nineteenthlyLv 72 months ago
Yes. James 2:19 - "You believe that there is one God. Good! Even the demons believe that--and shudder."