What does the WTS say about Satan?

by Doug Mason 15 Replies latest watchtower bible

  • Ireneus

    D Mason,

    True, snake can be used in positive sense also. Snake would not move reverse which is a symbol of not reliving the memories of past (which is the sign of ego) creating hell for one's self (Habakkuk 2:5); thus symbol of living in the now--something Jesus knew very well. (Luke 17:21)

  • Still Totally ADD
    Still Totally ADD

    The wt. Teaches Satan and his minions live in antique furniture and books. So don't buy anything that is not new except Smurfs, Harry Potter books and anything that the wt. Thinks is satanic. Also Satan is for the most part more powerful than God and the only thing we can do is pray and stay busy doing the wt. Bidding. Lol. Still Totally ADD

  • Ireneus

    Interestingly, Jesus was epitome of innocence and wisdom; hence he urged his disciples to be “innocent like dove and wise like serpent” (Mathew 10:16) which means he ruled out the literal understanding of Satanic symbolism of serpent in Genesis.

  • slimboyfat

    What does the WTS say about Satan?

    He’s Abbadon.

    No hang on that’s not right.

  • EverApostate

    During my Bible study, in the process of getting sucked into the cult, I was taught more about Satan than Jesus.

    That he is more powerful, may present himself beautiful, crafty, cunning .....Blah blah blah....

  • TTATT_Paladin

    Get thee behind me, Satan!

    Get thee behind me, Watchtower!

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