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The word daemon comes from the greek daimon (δαίμων) and can mean "spirit" or "divinity". The Catholic Church has inherited much of Greco-Roman paganism, in epoch, to please the new followers. With the Councils there was much adaptation. And the word demon meant the supreme leader of evil. Well, in the Middle Ages this idea was used to dominate the faithful by fear, for the same pay the tithe. The only supreme leader is God.

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8 minutes ago, grobgrarlit said:

The only supreme leader is God.

So you're begging the question of God's existence to argue against the demon's existence. And using semantics to do it. 

Pretty weak, just sayin'. Not much there to discuss, seems more like a blog rant. What about this interests you so much you joined to post it? What did you want to discuss?

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39 minutes ago, grobgrarlit said:

The only supreme leader is God.

Not really.

The supreme leader of the Real Madrid football team is Sergio Romas Garcia.

In that same way that a man can be the supreme leader of a group of men an entity could be the supreme leader of an abstract concept like evil.
So, lousy logic there.

 

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