“Satan in the Old Testament” and “Conspiracies, Are They Real?”


In this episode we discuss “Satan in the Old Testament” and “Conspiracies, Are They Real?”

01:29 – Who is Satan & extra biblical sources
05:36 – “The Satan” the Prosecutor
07:18 – Multiple satans?
08:31 – Fulfilling God’s appointed role a tester of faith & executioner
14:50 – Potifer & his wife as a “type” of Satan
18:30 – Satan in the New Testament

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3 thoughts on ““Satan in the Old Testament” and “Conspiracies, Are They Real?”

  1. I really enjoyed listening to this podcast and plan on listening to the rest of them! I so appreciate that the two of you are talking about such touchy topics, not many people would dare to do so. I love it when people challenge others to be a free thinker! 🙂

  2. Hey Guys, sorry for the delayed reply, caught this podcast quite by accident. There’s a lot to wade through on the internet y’know. ^_~ Anyway, you guys actually mentioned in passing a Biblical passage that connects these two very things (Satan & Conspiracies)-

    Matthew 4:8-10 8Again, the devil took him to an exceedingly high mountain, and showed him all the kingdoms of the world, and their glory. 9He said to him, “I will give you all of these things, if you will fall down and worship me.”
    10Then Jesus said to him, “Get behind me,1 Satan! For it is written, ‘You shall worship the Lord your God, and you shall serve him only.’”

    Now, notice what Jesus did *not* do, he did not tell the Devil that he was incorrect in his offer. Don’t you think that if the Devil didn’t have that authority that Jesus would have called him on it? So, the Devil has authority over all the kingdoms of this world. Even after Jesus death & resurrection, this still applies (John 5:19). This means we cannot trust secular governments one bit. They are serving the god of this world, not our God, the God of Abraham, Issac & Jacob.

    I consider it one of the greatest tragedies in Christendom that this passage is not at the forefront of political conversation in churches, it should be one of the bedrock passages we use to look at secular governments.

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