The King of Tyre – Is he the fallen angel some called Satan?
An inaccurate assumption often requires other inaccuracies to support it. As a result, the real truth becomes obscure. Scripture is supposed to be the basis for sound doctrine, but much of what is being taught should really be considered theory, because many doctrines taught in the Modern Churches of Christianity are in fact false, and others, have over many years, become corrupted. When an inaccurate assumption turns into an assumed “fact” and becomes a doctrine taught and promoted in a Church without any solid evidence or Scriptural support, it soon develops into basic deception. The only recourse from such deception is to throw out the doctrine, and diligently examine the facts to obtain the truth. Sometimes this is a slow and tedious process, but it will eventually produce accurate results and the real truth. The research must be thorough, and all participating must be prepared to revise Scriptural versions or translations in order to establish an accurate rendering of the passage(s) in question.
This study is prompted by errors permeated by theological miss-understandings about the created being called Satan, where theory is assumed as fact. The lack of careful examination of the Scriptures about this matter of understanding who or what Satan is, is especially noticeable. The passages which are forced to support the theory that Satan is a fallen angel is a real tragedy in the Churches of Modern Christianity, because the result is a complete miss-understanding of several applied Scriptural passages. This has resulted in a corrupt doctrine which perpetuates the error about the created being known as Satan.