Satan, in Hebrew, means “adversary” and was later used as the proper name for an angel because he hated God and tried to destroy mankind. He is also known as the devil, from Greek, meaning “the wrong accuser”. He is willing to accuse the pardoned sins of being saved. Who is Satan in the Bible? The fact that Satan is seldom given in the Bible may be due to the fact that the main topics of the Bible are Father and God, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. In Isaiah and Ezekiel, the passages refer to the fall of the Morning Star, translated into Lucifer, but there are different interpretations of whether these passages refer to the King of Babylon or Satan. For centuries, Satan has been considered a fallen angel against God. The demons mentioned in the Bible are demons ruled by Satan (Matthew 12:24-27). Many scholars believe that these people are also fallen angels who are lured away from heaven by the devil. Throughout the Gospel, the devil not only knows the true identity of Jesus Christ, but also shrank from his authority as God. Jesus often exorcises demons or expels them from people. Satan first appeared in Genesis 3 as a snake that seduced Eve to commit a crime, although it did not use the name Satan. In the book of Job, Satan repeatedly tormented the righteous Job and tried to abandon God. Another famous Satanic act took place in the temptation of Christ, recorded in Matthew 4:1-11, Mark 1:12-13 and Luke 4:1-13. Satan tempted Apostle Peter to deny Jesus Christ and entered Judas Iscariot. Satan’s most powerful tool is deception. Jesus said to Satan, “You are the devil of your father. You want to fulfill your father’s wishes. He was a murderer from the beginning and did not keep the truth because he had no truth. When he lies, he speaks his mother tongue because he is a liar and the father of lies. (John 8:44, NIV) On the other hand, Christ embodies truth and calls himself “the way, the truth and the life.” (John 14:6, NIV) Satan’s greatest advantage is that many people do not believe in him. For centuries, he has often been portrayed as a cartoon with horns, pointed tails and forks. Millions of people consider him a myth. However, Jesus took him very seriously. Today, Satan continues to use demons to cause destruction and destruction in the world, sometimes employing human agents. However, his power is not equal to God. Satan’s ultimate destruction was guaranteed through the death and resurrection of Christ.