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«What was Lucifer's recruitment speech?» Imagine you're an angel, before Lucifer rebelled and became Satan. The Kingdom of Heaven is at its absolute best and most perfect; there is no «sin» to contaminate existence, no pit of Hell echoing with the tormented screams of the damned. You're walking down a golden street one perfect day. You see the leader of Heaven's choir, the great archangel Lucifer, and he seems to have something on his mind. You give him the proper gesture of respect and say hello. His eyes focus on you; he calls you over, then nudges you to duck into a side street. Then, he tries to talk you into the unimaginable: rebellion against Almighty Yahweh! What does he say?
There is a passage in the Book of Revelation which describes the Dragon (Satan) drawing a third of the angels down from Heaven with his tail. As I understand it, this is usually interpreted as meaning that he persuaded a third of the angels to join him in his rebellion. A third! How many times in history has a third of a country's population chosen to emigrate from that country, or accepted being driven out instead of submitting to the authorities? Things have to be REALLY BAD for something like that to happen, right? Keep in mind that Lucifer would not have given his recruitment speech to hideous bat-winged demons, but to holy angels who knew nothing other than pure service to the Lord. These angels were willing to face two-to-one odds against the angels that remained loyal--not even counting Yahweh himself!--to take Lucifer's side, and face the prospect of everlasting torture in Hell. What could Lucifer possibly say to make them want to do this?
Follow-up question: «Revelation 20:7-10 tells us that, after a thousand years of Jesus' perfect rule over the world, Satan is released. Immediately, the nations of the world rise up to join him in revolution, and they besiege Jerusalem before being destroyed by Yahweh. Why would the world rebel against Jesus like this? Again, Satan has a recruitment speech to give. He's already been beaten by Jesus at Armageddon, so anyone considering taking his side has to know the odds are heavily against them. They've lived under the direct rule of King Jesus for a thousand years, so they know exactly who he is and what he's like. If copies of the Book of Revelation still exist (and why wouldn't they?), they can literally read the ending in advance! Spoiler alert: Jesus wins! So why do people, apparently the vast majority of people (the ones remaining loyal to Jesus can all fit in Jerusalem), join this second rebellion? What kind of recruitment speech could Satan possibly give to make this happen?»
Second follow-up question: «If Heaven--and the direct rule of King Jesus on Earth during the Millennium--is as perfect and omni-wonderful as you've been led to believe, how would rebellions like this even be possible? Lucifer and the angels that joined him LIVED there, in the direct presence of Yahweh; you've just got some vague symbolic descriptions of the place in a book. How do you know you'll be happy there? For ETERNITY?»
Addendum: In the sixth chapter of Genesis, we're told that a group of angels found human women attractive, so they defected from Heaven to Earth, married, and raised children. Think about THAT for a moment. Again, pure and holy angels, with the chance to compare life in Heaven with human family life on Earth, chose the latter. Supposedly, the society they were joining was exceptionally violent. Not so violent that Noah and his family couldn't go to the hardware store for all their Ark-building supplies instead of having to mine the iron for nails etc. themselves because division of labor had broken down, and Jesus uses «the days of Noah» as a metaphor for normalcy prior to sudden divine judgment. So, probably not as violent as Aleppo during the Syrian Civil War, but still not an ideal society to compare favorably with Heaven itself...right? In the New Testament, Paul tells women to wear veils in church «because of the angels»--apparently the sight of a woman's lovely face and hair is STILL enough to make an angel want to bail from Yahweh's kingdom the first chance he gets. Maybe these angels know something about Heaven and the character of Yahweh's rule that you don't?
While it totally makes far better sense, did anyone think about telling the public? For the past three months I've been thinking the local tip trucks all have broken reversing alarms.
— What's fog machine do? What it's for?
— A, it shoots fog.
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But it's not against any religion
To want to dispose of a pigeon
So if Sunday you're free
Why don't you come with me
And we'll poison the pigeons in the park
And maybe we'll do in a squirrel or two
While we're poisoning pigeons in the park