Yes, he does. And he instructs his followers to excerpt blogs.
(Excerpt) Read more at destinedforheaven.wordpress.com ..
Ah, I see you have been corrupted by Satan.
Post your whole text and redeem yourself, O hellbound blogpimp!
I think it wise to consider that God gave us free will.
That implies we have the ability to CHOOSE to do GOOD, or EVIL.
The ‘evil’ that exists in this world, comes from one place only, and that is man.
God gives us what we need. Lucifer believes that ‘man’ will worship him, if he gives us what we want.
And we want the worst things. And we’re never happy, no matter how much we get.
It’s a miracle that God Loves us. We’re a pretty sorry lot.
he spelled bait wrong..............
Great read. Thanks. I printed it out.
You wrote it and posted it to your blog.
Why did you excerpt it here?
If we’re just chattel for your hit count, then don’t count on us clicking through.
(To get respect you gotta give respect.)
I would read the rest if it was posted here.
I don’t click on MySpace pages trying to piggy back on FR’s popularity.
Money quote from excerpt.
James 4:7 Submit yourselves, then to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.
Before anointing yourself biblical scholar, you may try to get some of the basics correct.
“Lucifer” means “light-bearer.” You’ll see the word parts in English words such as “luminous” and “transfer.” It is the Latin translation of the Greek word, “phosphorus.” Phosphorus, nowadays, is associated with the element which produces great light when burnt, and which was often used in magic acts. In ancient Greek, it was also the Greek name for Venus.
Isaiah 14:12-15 refers to Babylon as “Helel” in Hebrew, meaning “shining one.” This was translated, in Greek, to “Heosphorus,” literally “dawn-bearer.” Origen (4th century) related this passage as symbolically referring to Satan. Medeival monks related “Heosphorus,” (which the passage refers to as a “star”, a word once applied also to planets) to the planet “Phosphorus,” since Venus would often rise just before the Sun, being usually in the approximate direction of the Sun, because of its inferior orbit. Then, translating “Phosphorus” into Latin, they came up with the name “Lucifer.”
This must have been quite a shock to other Christians, who saw their role as “bearing light to the world,” following Jesus command to be “the light of the world.” Hence, they called themselves, “Luciferians!”