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June 20, 2014

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Leighton

Great stuff. I always thought the identification of Satan as the serpent in Genesis 3 was because of the description of the Great Dragon in Rev 12.9 as "the serpent of old," rather than because of Milton, but there's no doubt that protestants' visions of heaven and hell are more influenced by Milton than the bible.

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