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The satanic soulless freight train that is Ohio St
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  • The new series that immediately followed the X-Files reboot. Even though the premise of the Devil himself coming up into the real world and hanging out seems goofy at best on the surface, it's actually pretty interesting and has quite a few funny moments. If it stays in the timeslot immediately following the X-Files, I'll probably keep watching it. Anyone else watch it?


    Enjoy Every Sandwich
    I thought we were talking about Gozer the Gozerian... my bad.
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    Don't Immanentize the Eschaton
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    I'm just confused as to what a Babylonian king has to do with anything.

    The king of Babylon had a Latin name?

    Great, now you've sent me on a search to find an answer that has always eluded me. When did the name Lucifer first become associated with Satan? The church fathers were unanimous in understanding lucifer as the "morning star", which was being used as an analogy to Nebuchadnezzar (most likely) and the Reformers were aware of this incorrect understanding of Isaiah 14:12. So, where did the association first occur as preserved in the KJV?
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