Lucifer's Roles by Theodore Lyons
A Literary Composite of the Antichrist

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What do we really know, or care to know, about Lucifer (Satan) that isn‘t a lot of Hollywood pabulum served up to the gullible public? In Lucifer’s Roles, the main biblical passages about Lucifer are presented and analyzed in order to characterize his roles, not merely in the Bible, but in the social order, because he is generally believed by Jews and Christians to exist. This portrait has serious overtones presently, given the escalating violence and war in the Middle East, and is augmented by commentary and ideas from occult and Judeo-Christian authorities, such as John Milton, Edgar Cayce, Isaac B. Singer, Taylor Caldwell, Jess Stearn, William Peter Blatty, Sybil Leek, and Sholem Asch.

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Published November 14, 2006 by Xlibris. 186 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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