Why, in the Bible, does it seem as though God killed more people than Satan?

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Q: Why, in the Bible, does it seem as though God killed more people than Satan?

A: When man fell from grace, he became an unwitting slave to Satan, sin, and death.

At the same time, a technical state of war existed on earth between Satan’s minions and God.

Why is it so surprising then, to observe Satan losing … and losing big … whenever he opposed God?

A thorough study of scripture will show that Satan held the power of death over mankind, and that Satan had no problem sending huge numbers of men to their deaths, with no compunction at all.

Fortunately, the decrepit situation was only temporary … until Jesus … the Prince of Peace … could come … destroy Satan’s evil dominion … and reconcile sinful mankind with God.

Now, the order of the day is mercy, according to God’s abundant grace … even though we still don’t really deserve it.

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