Except he doesn't punish the bad. He accuses the good. So that makes him bad.

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You're right, God is the one who punishes the good.

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I am right. But you got it wrong.

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He leads the good into temptation and sin. He is the villain of the story, there is nothing good in him. He leads the good into sin, promising the world and more then tortures them and laughs at them. So no, he is not good. He is also nothing to be afraid of either, for God always triumphs in the end.

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Where do you get your information? Satan doesn't punish people, he tempts and tricks them into doing his bidding. Not recognizing his existence or being aware of his influence is exactly what he wants! Then non believers can feel superior by making fun of those of us who do beieve in God.

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I dont know why but this question made me giggle. good one haha

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You have shown by your question one of the reasons why the doctrine of hellfire does not make sense. The bible describes the Devil as God's archenemy. If God sends sinners to a fiery hell to be tormented by the Devil, would that not imply a level of cooperation between God and the Devil? Consider too that the bible describes the Devil as one who seeks to corrupt people to do wrong things. So does it make sense, and would it be appropriate, for God to assign the Devil the task of punishing those whom he influenced and corrupted in the first place? And if God wanted the wicked to be punished this way, why would the Devil--God's main adversary--even comply with God's wishes?<br />
The book of Revelation shows that Satan the Devil "who is misleading the whole earth" has been punished himself by being confined to the vicinity of the earth. (Rev.12:7-10) This is in preparation for his destruction for all the evil and suffering that he has been responsible for. The bible warned us that his confinement would spell real trouble for humanity as it would clearly signal to the Devil that his end was near: "woe for the earth...because the Devil has come down to you with great anger, knowing he has a short period of time" (Rev 12:12) This is why in our time we have witnessed an increase in such things like war, famine, disease, and criminality. It is the reason why we now live in a world where we hear on almost a daily basis of acts of shocking disregard for life. Satan is all out to corrupt as many as possible so that he takes as many down with him as he can. Revelation 20:1-3 foretells the imminent incarceration of the Devil before he is finally destroyed. This will allow mankind to flourish again without his pernicious influence and afford us the chance to reach our full potential. All of this will be accomplished by God's kingdom that Jesus taught us to pray for in the Lord's prayer. This kingdom has already largely accomplished "God's will in heaven" by evicting Satan and confining him to earth. It will carry out God's will "on earth" when the the Devil and all who are responsible for suffering are destroyed at God's war of Armageddon when God himself will punish the incorrigibly wicked and immoral.

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wow that is quite the conundrum...the torturer of my torturer is my hero

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Satan is supposed to be tormented in Hell, not rule there.

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says who?

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ME :D

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Anyone who can read.

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i say **** that **** just pee on him.

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