Christianity encourages people to be good people that help others, while Satanism does the opposite.
Depends on which Satanism. The one that actually worships the devil or the atheistic kind. Either way I would most likely say no.
God and Jesus brings peace and justice, and that's also the reason why He killed off many people, because they were controlled by Satan and sinned too much which ruined the world.
I've been a Christian all my life and I certainly never ever want to go hell.
In Christianity, God does demand obedience, but He also understands the struggle we as humans often have. God is loving, forgiving, and merciful. If we disobey God, He isn't just going to kill us and send us to hell. He gives us as many chances as we need to get it right, as long as we are sincere. In Christianity, we are free to be who we are. Following Jesus doesn't mean you can't be yourself. I don't know where people got that notion from.
"And the great dragon was thrown down, the serpent of old who is called the devil and Satan, who deceives the whole world; he was thrown down to the earth, and his angels were thrown down with him." -Revelation 12:9
Well, first off, Satan used to be an angel himself. That means that he was once on God's side and there was no reason for this argument. God has been forever, and Satan was created by God. To be honest, God is just keeping him around to help decide who on Earth is worthy of his kingdom and eternal life. So... God. :)
Satan is a fallen angel who was a angel but God threw him out of heaven.and will one day destroy him in the name of Jesus Christ the son of God !!!! When Jesus died he defeated sin (which =Satan)
the fact that someone actually asked this question is depressing!!!!!!!!!
Jesus commanded us to love everyone, even our enemies. It's just that some Christian terrorists don't realize this and disobey's God's most important command.
I understand why some people say that God is too controlling and that Satan gives them freedom. However, as hard as it sounds, God created us, and it is our duty to obey Him, just like how we expect the computer we make to not glitch on us. This doesn't suppress individuality, though. I'm a Christian, and I never felt restricted in any way. The life of a believer involves joy. It is impossible to explain using words, and only experience will clarify. Satan only wants to drag as many people to hell as he can, and he'll tempt people by baiting them with "freedom." They're actually not free. They're doing exactly what he wants, when it is not their duty to do so. Satan didn't create anyone.
I'm choosing this because I assume they're talking about the version of satanism that includes killing raping and other evil thing. If they're talking about the less known form of satanism that is they don't hate Christians, thinks that Lucifer is a symbol of freedom and that he also condemns horrible things like murder,rape etc then I would have to go with satanism.
Let Jesus guide you down the path to salvation.
Is self-understanding. Christ is our saviour, Satan our destroyer.
Satanism promotes individuality, free thinking and standing up for what you believe in. Satanists claim Lucifer wants to lead people away from the propaganda that christianity has created. Satanism also promotes turning bad things into good things instead of eliminating bad things altogether.
Our good lord Satan only ever killed 6 people, The christian 'God' on the other hand has killed hundreds of thousands.... I think that speaks volumes about who is the true bringer of truth and righteousness to the world.....
I would rather honor Satan then a god who demands complete obedience.
Basically what everybody else has said. I would rather have my freedom of choice which part of my libertarian view. God in Christianity does not permit abortion or euthanasia because they are viewed as murder and suicide
Satan, if i remember correctly only killed 2-5 people whilst God killed around 2,476,633 million. And the idea that christianity itself promotes good behavior is just wrong.