Human Nature: The Devil of the Bible

A Christadelphian Video:

Description: The book of Genesis describes how sin entered the world through Adam’s disobedience and the curse which God placed on the ground from which this first man had been made and to which he would now return. The use of the serpent as a symbol for sin, personified as a real enemy to be overcome, is explained. The New Testament term ‘devil’ translated from the Greek ‘diabolos’, is also shown to be used as a synonym for weak and sinful human nature. Freedom is promised from this state of captivity to sin through the Lord Jesus Christ who came ‘to destroy him that had the power of death, that is the devil’.

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