God: It's ALL part of his plan (what a f_cking noob)
Satan: The b@stard tricked Adam and Eve to eat from the tree of knowledge
I don't remember it being Satan in the bible who did that.... But aside from the fact that I only believe God exists, I don't think Satan exists. If only one of them in my opinion actually exists, it doesn't matter which is less evil as a concept. To be honest though, Old Testament God is probably more evil compared to Satan, look at how much pain he caused Adam and Eve for simple curiosity! New Testament God is better than Satan though. Although actually, I'm just appealing to the literalist mind sets. Even in Religious education classes at a marist school, we're taught to not take those sorts of stories literally, so I don't believe almost any of it as actually word for word accurate.
God has killed far greater number of people than Satan. Who only revealed the truth to Adam and Eve that they could eat the apple just fine. God being a childish moron is not a good reason to not eat the apple.
God has killed thousands of people in the Bible and Satan only killed 6, and on top of that, Satan actually asked God if he could do it as part of a bet, and God agreed to let him do it
Biblically he killed more people
Not that he is real but if he is all powerful he could poof Satan out of existence. so he could eliminate all evil in the beginning no?
He took my pet dog whom was only half the average lifespan of a dog of his type and i raised him from a puppy. I thought of him as a son. I curse god and all his followers for what they did and how much pain they caused me. *flips off the clouds*
If these characters were real, I would suspect that god was the villain and had defeated Satan.
XD honestly it is all a part of HIS plan ...satan just took advantage of the situation at hand the way that god knew he would ....simple . God wanted a good , long, complex story with a satisfying ending for him ..same as "wanting to play god" phrase is used...god plays that game. He is the one that set the world up for failure in a sense but also for growth (not necessarily his intention on the growth part) then he punished the two human beings to remain seeming righteous
God didn't very little in the Old Testament that wasn't clearly deserved by the one to be punished (the very little is mostly him allowing Satan to do stuff, as opposed to doing it himself). Conversely, God consistently demonstrates that he can just raise anybody from the death... so why are we putting God on trial here? Humanity cannot bring back that which die: humanity should be on trial. And humanity is being manipulated by Satan, therefore, Satan should be the one to be put on trial.
You mean the guy who is the personification of all things evil in the world. They say Satan is so hateful that he even hates himself.
He is literally evil. Like, that is what he is. Although his direct person did not kill so many, it is his persuasion that drives humans to do awful things. If you factor in all of the evils that humans have done and attribute them to the Devil's deceit, then you see his direct effect on humanity as a whole.
God is not evil. Saying he is evil is offensive, and the people who vote yes know nothing about God.
God hasn't killed anyone, he just allows things to happen because it is all part of the experience of life. God gave us freedom and what is freedom (on earth) without a corrupt person not being able to kill (God would be controlling that person not to)?
Satan creates evil. God killed people because of their horrific choices.
He is the reason for all of the death and suffering in the world. Anything bad that has every happened is because of him.
who ever asked this either hasnt read the bible or is just plain stupid . the fact that you even asked this question is depressing
satan is worse, God, S not bad.