Satan As Depicted In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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I. Introduction
Attention- In many cartoons and movies, Satan is portrayed as a red creature with horns and a pitchfork. Several animations have had scenarios whereby a human being faced with a certain circumstance is being confronted by the red creature, Satan, and an angel-like creature, often clothed in white with a halo at the top of his/her head. Satan usually tries to convince the human to do evil while the angel tries to convince the human to do what is right. As this portrayal of Satan may be comical to some people, it is far beyond who Satan truly is and just so happens to be imprecise and facetious to some degree. Satan is far beyond a red horny creature with a pitchfork. In fact, he is far more dangerous and possess more power than most humans may imagine him to possess. Satan employs great power over humanity, the Bible tells us that “the whole world lies under the sway of the wicked one” (1 John 5:19). In the beginning of time, Satan was one of God 's most beautiful angels, the chief angel of God’s Kingdom (Ezekiel 18:12-14) whose pride led to his fall from heaven (Ezekiel 28:17) a
A. Thesis: - Satan’s pride developed in him a desire to oppose God 's kingdom to be like
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than Christ” so that people can be drawn to worldly desires and follow him. He makes many men scared of worshiping God due to the suffering they are ought to face. Satan may also hinder one’s ability to understand the gospel and apply it life. He makes you see that those who choose to worship and “follow Christ with obedience are poor and despised” while the great number of people who follow him are “the rich, the honourable, the intellectual elite, the wise [and] the most honoured.” Satan diverts our thoughts when we worship whilst “[encouraging us] to take comfort in past performance of [our] religious duties,” by doing this he is able sway us to stop trying to pray and
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