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(+63) 927-316-1557

 

Cagayan de Oro
Philippines

 

bydcdo@gmail.com

This site is part of World Without End Ministry and our goal is to dispel the beliefs, with Scripture, that "the satan" we have been taught to believe does not exist.

ABOUT US

ABOUT US

SATAN DISPELLED is a site about disproving the existence of The (Satan) many churches, theologians and authors these days speaks about. SATAN coming from the Hebrew mindset is simply “…a noun from a verb meaning primarily ‘to obstruct, oppose’, as it is found in Numbers 22:22, 1 Samuel 29:4, Psalms 109:6. Ha-Satan is traditionally translated as ‘the accuser’ or ‘the adversary’. The definite article ha- (English: ‘the’) is used to show that this is a title bestowed on a being, versus the name of a being. Thus, this being would be referred to as ‘the satan’.” [WikipediaDISPEL “…means to drive away…, …to disperse or "to prove to be false or erroneous….”

OUR VISION

"...the gospel will be victorious throughout
the entire world." (Col. 1:23; Compare Matt. 24:14; Rom. 10:18; 16:26; Col. 1:5-6; II Tim. 4:17; Rev. 14:6-7)

WHAT WE DO

"To influence friends who are living in spiritual darkness, that they also may know the joy of loving the Lord Jesus Christ." (Read More)

OUR COMMUNITY

We are a group of believers, from both online and off online, whose desire is to share the truth found in Sola Scriptura.

The dedication of this site is to two pastors, one in the Philippines and one at home in the USA, and to all those out there who still believe in a literal “Satan.”

Discovering The Truth...

"Give The Devil His Due 1 of 8"

Pastor Sheldon Emry has an eight-part series on disproving the existence of the devil we have been influenced to believe. Satan in the NT comes from the Greek word "satanas." In the OT, it comes from the Hebrew word "sawtawn." Satan in the original Greek and Hebrew brings forth the same meaning, aka "accuser," "adversary," "opponent," or "to do what an accuser, adversary or an opponent does." It is a word of Chaldean origin translated by the Hebrews and later picked up by the Greeks. [ebook or audios 10a-13b]

 

 

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