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Even if we go by your 'holy book.' by Vovina-de-Micaloz Even if we go by your 'holy book.' by Vovina-de-Micaloz
EDIT 03/03: If you are just going to be rude when you comment, and ignore the purpose of the stamp... your post will be ignored, reported for spam, and you yourself will be blocked from my deviantART page.
It's honestly rather sad that I have to mention this, but... think before you speak. Seriously, it's not that hard.

Put this together because I did not see a stamp like it, plus I feel a bit like ranting.
(Stamp made entirely in Seashore.)

DISCLAIMER: I do not believe in the bible. AT ALL.
The bible references that comprise this argument, are here to make people who DO believe in it, think.

Going to do a huge copy and paste here, taken from… Which is an unbiased and neutral source, from what I've seen.


•Satan, like Prometheus, gave knowledge to humanity by giving Eve the fruit from the forbidden tree. Because of Satan, humanity gained knowledge of good and evil, according to Genesis. Since we couldn't have possessed knowledge of good and evil before eating the fruit, Adam and Eve couldn't have known that eating the fruit was evil, so it seems a little harsh to punish them as severely as God did. Satan gave humans true capacity for moral judgment, unlike God, who simply expected everyone to mindlessly obey his orders.
•There is no biblical record of Satan engaging in the murder of torture of any human being, unlike God, who is guilty (and proudly guilty) of commiting genocide.
•There is no biblical record of Satan ever ordering someone to kill someone else, unlike God, who has repeatedly demanded the deaths of those who commit even the smallest of offenses.
•Satan will not be holding a massively dramatic ceremony full of blood and death for the return of his son to Earth. God apparently will.


•God takes away Adam and Eve's eternal life, thus commiting the first murder, and holds their descendants responsible and visiting Adam and Eve's punishment down on their children. In today's moral standards, the sins of the father die with the father.
•God destroys all life on Earth in a great flood, except for a drunk (Noah) and his family, for failing to worship him.
•God's tenth plague upon the Israelites was the unjustified murder of all firstborn sons in Egypt, which undoubtedly included little children.
•Before sending the plagues to Egypt, God "hardened Pharaoh's heart" so that he wouldn't let the Israelites go, so he could have an excuse to visit horrible plagues upon them, like boils, killing cattle and murdering all firstborn sons. (Exodus 4:21)
•God orders the Levites to kill their "every man and his neighnor" for worshipping another god. This cost 3000 lives. (Exodus 32:27)
•God sends a plague to the Israelites, apparently feeling that mass-butchery wasn't enough of a punishment. (Exodus 32:35)
•God kills Onan for refusing to impregnate his late brother's (whom God also slew) wife and instead "spilling his seed on the ground." (Genesis 38:8-10)
•God kills the entire populations of Soddom and Gammorah (again, including women, children and infants) for practicing certain sexual techniques.
•God gives all Philistines hemorrhoids in their pubic areas. (1 Samuel 5:9)
•God kills over 50,000 people for looking at an ark. (1 Samuel 6:19)
•God kills 70,000 people because King David decided to have a census. (1 Chronicles 21:7-14)
•God approves of slavery, and instructs owners to beat their slaves. (Proverbs 29:19)
•And, finally, God makes sure that if you are guilty of even the smallest transgression, you shall suffer endlessly for all eternity, following a dramatic homecoming for Jesus, who will be extremely pissed off at everyone for putting him to death, even though it was just the Romans and even though he knew what was going to happen beforehand, and he could have easily avoided it by using his power as God to perform a miracle and prove who he was. (See the entire book of Revelation)

It doesn't take a mathematician to add up and compare God and Satan's respective body counts. God has, after all, killed billions of people in a great flood. Satan never did anything like that. What was the only thing Satan did "wrong"? He rebelled against God, but wouldn't you? Look at what kind of a God he is! He needlessly murders people in nearly every book and passage of the Old Testament! He created an entire race of people for the sole purpose of catoring to his own ego, and then gets mad when we don't live up to our appointed role in life or question one of his decisions! He is a ruthless, dictatorial, narcissistic, sociopathic mass murderer. If I go to Hell for not worshipping him, so much the better. I'd rather spend eternity with Satan, someone who hasn't treated the human race like disposable garbage, someone who has given knowledge to humanity rather than trying to suppress it."


"Try running this by xians. They keep parroting "The Devil deceives" when in truth, it is their own "god." And, this so-called "god" of theirs is afraid of humanity obtaining knowledge and spiritual power? Is threatened by our physical nudity? "Loves" you so much he will damn you to a fiery pit to burn for all eternity? Hardly our creator. Everything the Christians accuse "The Devil" of is really their own "god." This is their deception. "He deceiveth the masses.""


As for me, I have my own personal experience:
He protects those dedicates to him, he ls them in times of need, and encourages us to be strong and independent. He is the most kind and loving father-figure anybody could ask for...

In contrast; while when I was a christian, I spent 13 years feeling like I was talking to a black hole. I got nothing done and was miserable 24/7. After I left it, I kept having thoughts of "what if everything's reversed? What if Satan isn't the bad guy?" only to find years later that my thoughts were true.
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kingofdreams12 Featured By Owner Edited 3 days ago   Digital Artist
Where I live, people dislike Satan because:
:bulletred: He lives in hell.
:bulletred: He looks mean :lmao:
:bulletred: He lives in hell, I cannot stress this enough, that's their only reason. My folks are complete morons, because I can't question god. According to their logic, Satan is bad, that's that. Well, I am not a Satanist, but I kind of think Satan is a good guy.
Vovina-de-Micaloz Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The funny thing is, neither of those are even true. Joke's on them.

"Well, I am not a Satanist, but I kind of think Satan is a good guy."

Thanks. We need more sane people in this world.
Corvus-the-Snark Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2014
No, Satan is the bad guy. Your reasoning is just insanely flawed
PeteSeeger Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2014  Student Writer
In all of these thingsyou show God is punishing people for breaking His laws.
SealyTheSeal Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2014
So looking at an ark out of curiosity is evil now isn't it?
PeteSeeger Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2014  Student Writer
Vovina-de-Micaloz Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist

Person: "How about no."

god: "U DIE NOW!"
Italy-Chibitalia Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2014
PeteSeeger Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2014  Student Writer
You know very well that's not how it goes.
spidersgo Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2014
finally i found someone who understands!!!!

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