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Is the devil a evil spook?

im a muslim & i believe the term devil is for an individual that as been posses by their constant rebelliousness against God by commiting dangerous crimes and injustice to themselves and others. Or for a group of people in power that has only one intention which is to destroy the world and lead people astray from God. But the devil has always been teached as a invisble evil man tempting ppl to do evil things in islam,christianity and judaism. Who here agrees and what do you guys think???

Asked By: - 2/26/2011
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The original meaning of the word Devil means a Slanderer or Accuser. This describes Satan [meaning Adversary or Resister] who slandered Almighty God in the Garden of Eden and accuses God's servants as in the case of Job. Satan was once a beautiful, glorious angel who went bad on his own.[See Ezekiel 28:13-15] He is an... More
Answered By: Mr.K - 2/26/2011
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please. devils angels and gods are as real the easter bunny. if you have nothing to back up your claim then don't bring it up
Answered By: when is THOR coming.70 days left - 2/26/2011
 
the devil, flying horse pegasus. whats the difference? its all bs
Answered By: Ayn Rand's Rottweiler - 2/26/2011
 
Be alert and of sober mind. Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour.
Answered By: Dean Byfield - 2/26/2011
 
The Devil runs his own security agency.
Answered By: DonutEater - 2/26/2011
 
In ancient Jewish tradition Satan is simply an angel doing the work that God assigned to Satan to do... More
Answered By: Don H - 2/26/2011
 
No. There is no devil - another thing the religious cannot prove to exist. The real world is far more dangerous than anything imagined. Belief in such things creates fear and mistrust and often leads to the death of an innocent person.
Answered By: Scully - 2/26/2011
 
Jesus said that he came to destroy the works of the devil. He healed all who were oppressed by the devil, and delivered those who had been taken captive by the devil... More
Answered By: Lori T - 2/26/2011
 
Man has used devils to excuse their conduct for thousands of years. What better way out of misconduct "the devil made me do it... More
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Answered By: danman - 2/26/2011
 
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