3:14. And the Lord God said unto the serpent, Because you have done this, you are cursed above all cattle, and above every beast of the field; upon your belly shall you go, and dust shall you eat all the days of thy life. :15. And I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your seed (Satan’s seed will produce his descendants, we read of them in Genesis 4:17 - 24); and her seed; (Her Seed line came out of the DNA of Adam and is the Adamic seed line to Jesus through Seth); it shall bruise your head, (A deadly blow, Satan will end up in the lake of fire) and you shall bruise his heel. - This is related to the nailing of Christ to the cross but Jesus resurrects.
Satan (Lucifer), the chief of rebel angels to go against God, is the greatest villain with many tragic flaws of hubris. Satan is said to be the incarnation of evil as he is portrayed as subversion to christen believes of Felix Culpa. This believes says that whatever God does, does it for good. Whereas Satan goes against the Gods decision as a result of his revolution against God brings him to hell along with his other fallen angels. His revolution against God continues and provokes other rebel angels to fight against god with more
The infernal imagery is used mainly in the speeches of Tamburlaine’s opponents, especially Bajazeth, who more than anyone else suffers brutal and inhuman treatment. His laments and curses compress all the dark and violent acts and emotions of the play into imagery alluding frequently to features of the classical underworld. Sometimes the afterworld is imagined as a celestial Heave, but much more frequently the characters picture it as Hades. He prays that the dread god of hell may with ebon sceptre strike this hateful earth. (p.41) He implores the furies to dive to the bottom of Avernus’ pool to bring up hellish poison for Tamburlaine.
He sided with the idea that the church needed "purification" and that that sort of reform could not come from a church so closely connected to the king. This leads to his work of Paradise Lost and how he portrayed the characters between good and evil. Milton’s portrayal of Satan as a tragic hero, tends to elicit sympathy and admiration will be discussed. Paradise Lost is about Adam, Eve, Satan, God, Serpents and Angels —how they came to be created and how they came to lose their place in the Garden of Eden, also called Paradise. It 's the same story you find in the first pages of Genesis, however, instead of God or His creations being the main characters Milton chose Satan.
Milton's speaker starts Paradise Lost by expressing that his subject will be Adam and Eve's insubordination and fall from refinement. He conjures a glorious muse and solicits help in identifying his goal-oriented story and God's anticipated humanity. The activity starts with Satan and his individual dissident blessed messengers who are discovered affixed to a pool of blaze in Hell. They rapidly free themselves and travel to land, where they uncover minerals and develop Pandemonium, which will be their gathering place. Inside Pandemonium, the radical holy messengers, who are presently fiends, banter about if they may as well start an alternate war with God.
Sin is a spiritual sword that is drawn against all those who undermine the word of God, which forbids them not to do certain things. Sin is essentially the worst enemy you would want not to come across because it will not hesitate to kill you. The devil will disguise this terrible enemy and label it all sorts of nice names. He would label sin freedom, sensuality, modernity, democratic right or the right to determine one’s path and so forth. When the devil hides sin in all these nice terms, he is hiding a sword that is about to devour you.
Due to this he is determined to save mankind by fighting for its redemption. The first time Adam sees Eve, after she eat the forbidden fruit, he sees how distraught and upset she is. Out of love, he decides to commit the same sin. Adam did this because he knew he would have to live in Paradise without her. God sends his one and only son to Earth to punish Adam and Eve.
The Bible says that by sinning we have ultimately earned death. That means we deserve to die and to become eternally separated from God. “But after thy hardness and impenitent heart treasurest up unto thyself wrath against the day of wrath and revelation of the righteous judgment of God;” (Romans 2:5). There is no way we could come to God, therefore, according to the Bible, God came to us. “As it is written, There is none righteous, no, not one: There is none that understandeth, there is none that seeketh after God.
It is known that all gods should be perfect and infallible, and should represent justice and equity, but with Oedipus, the gods decided to destroy him and his family for no reason. It might be hard to believe that gods can have humanistic traits, but in fact they do. The gods, especially Apollo, are considered evil by the reader because they destroyed an innocent man’s life and his family. They destroyed Oedipus by controlling his fate, granting people the power of prophecy, telling Oedipus about his fate through the oracle of Apollo, and finally afflicting the people of Thebes with a dreadful plague. Fundamentally, by utilizing fate, prophecies, the oracle of Apollo, and the plague, the gods played a significant role in the destruction of Oedipus and his
Satan used Scripture and twisted it to try and tempt Jesus to worship Satan instead of God. Even though Jesus was tempted he quoted Scripture back to Satan and said to him “You shall worship the Lord your God, and him only shall you serve” and “You shall not put the Lord your God to the test” (Luke 4:8,12). Satan eventually left Jesus because there was nothing he could say to turn Jesus away from God. The purpose of Jesus facing temptation from the very being that invented it was to be an example. Jesus faced temptation and exercised self-control and therefore, people can do the