In the article "Technology echoing Satan's assurance: 'You shall not die,'" there is a claim that Satan said he would ascend to heaven in Isaiah 14. That is absolutely not true.
The idea there is a Lucifer as Satan is a myth, and if anyone can read Hebrew or ask any rabbi, it will be revealed that Isaiah is talking about the king of Babylon. The Christian community is trying to link this with the statement Jesus made "I saw Satan fall from heaven."
This falsehood has been taught in churches for years because people cannot read Hebrew, and the KJV misused many wrong words in trying to translate Hebrew.
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There is an article on www.biblescholars.org titled "The Myth of Lucifer." The pastor who made the statement in this article needs to read this article and study Hebrew.
I have several Jewish translations and none uses Lucifer. Revelation 22 says Jesus is the son of the morning,and anyone who can read or write knows Venus is the first light in the morning, not Lucifer.
John C. Shore