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Satans Awful Idea: A Biblical Theology of Satans Fall and its Implications on the Unfolding Human Drama Austin Brown

Satans Awful Idea: A Biblical Theology of Satans Fall and its Implications on the Unfolding Human Drama

Austin Brown

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The subject of Satan’s fall has been a matter of considerable interest over the centuries, causing no small number of theologians to burn oil long into the night. Drawing from the insights of Cornelius Van Til and Jonathan Edwards, Austin BrownMoreThe subject of Satan’s fall has been a matter of considerable interest over the centuries, causing no small number of theologians to burn oil long into the night. Drawing from the insights of Cornelius Van Til and Jonathan Edwards, Austin Brown proposes and defends a fresh theory, one intent on pushing the conversation forward.Austin argues that pride does not sufficiently explain the primordial sin of Satan, as pride says little to nothing about the idea Satan convincingly presented to others. There must have been a rationale to his message, otherwise why would other angelic beings even contemplate his empty boasts? So the burning question becomes: What did Satan propose?History is not only a theater of God’s glory, but a theater of war, a clash between two kingdoms, where light and darkness collide in a conflict over ultimate truth. It is here, right on the canvas of human experience, where Satan is seeking to vindicate his awful idea. By carefully examining God’s diverse confrontations with sin and Satan, and by investigating the fundamental tenets of the kingdom of darkness, a direct line to the past is uncovered, shedding light on the Satanic idea that sent shock-waves throughout the heavenly realms.