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Terms used to describe Satan in the Bible

   Satan is referred to in the Bible by a number of different terms.  
   List them: 

  adversary, angel of the bottomless pit, accuser of our brethern, 
   the devil, enemy, evil spirit, father of lies, liar, lying spirit, 
   old serpent, power of darkness, prince of this world, prince of 
   demons, prince of the power of the air, spirit that worketh in the 
   children of disobedience, tempter, the god of this world.

                                  Ref. Nave's Topical Bible, "Satan"

   These different terms give insight into who he is, what he is and 
   what he does.

   Jan 1993

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