Who created Satan?


God created Satan, but when He created he was not a Satan but an good angel later he changed and became Satan.

God created Satan as Lucifer, the highest ranking angel of all. Lucifer, however, wasn’t content to worship and serve his Creator. Full of pride, he rebelled, leading a third of the angels. Unable to match the Almighty God, Lucifer was cast to the earth where he has operated as the devil ever since.

The biblical passages of Job, Isaiah 14:12-15, Matthew 4:3-10, and Revelation 12:7-12 provide a glimpse of Satan’s history and character.

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God created Lucifer an angel but he became Satan because of his pride

Satan was originally created as an angel to serve and glorify God. However, Scripture makes it clear that there was once an angelic revolt against heaven’s King.

On two occasions, the New Testament speaks of a time when angels turned on God and fell into wickedness:

God did not spare [the] angels when they sinned, but sent them to hell, putting them in chains of darkness to be held for judgment.12
The angels who did not keep their positions of authority but abandoned their proper dwelling—these he has kept in darkness, bound with everlasting chains for judgment on the great Day.13

Satan was an angel. He is fallen angel.

Satan is the name of the fallen angel. But this angel was a good angel originally, for what God created are all good; however, this angel falsely used the freedom God gave him to betray God and became arrogant, and then he became the fallen angel whose name is Satan.

God did not creat Satan. Satan is a fallen angel. Originally he was created good and dwelt in heaven, but he changed and fell. Isaiah 14:12-15 describes how he fell.

Satan was an angel who became arrogant and wanted to be like God. Is there a good mom tend to give birth a killer?