The Fall of Satan
What do you know about Satan and the Fall?
The ruler of darkness. . . the Tempter. . . the Great Red Dragon. . . Apollyon; the Destroyer. . . One being is revealed to have all these titles and more. . . names that reveal his horrific nature. . . All names given to Satan, your adversary who comes like a lion “seeking whom he may devour” (1 Peter 5:8).
Today, many people question and even mock the very existence of Satan, as well as the reality of evil. Even in the church, there are few biblical resources that effectively counter the destructive claims raised in today’s humanistic culture. Through The Fall of Satan: Rebels in the Garden you will discover the answers to 35 captivating questions, such as:
- Who is Satan?
- Why would God, who is not evil, allow evil to continue to exist?
- Shouldn’t Eve have been shocked that a serpent spoke?
- Did the serpent originally have legs?
- When did Satan rebel?
- Who were the Nephilim?
- Was the forbidden fruit an apple?
Where can the answers be found to such provocative, spiritual questions that have been asked so many times over? Carefully consider the biblical response, since it is the only completely reliable foundation for information about Satan. We must reject unqualified conclusions drawn from sources outside the Bible, such as the current ideas and traditions of the culture. No believer should be unaware of these sound answers found in the Bible. It is our absolute authority. In The Fall of Satan: Rebels in the Garden, sound answers await you!