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What is the purpose of Satan's fall from a reformed perspective? [closed]
Did God, in His omnipotence, allow Satan to fall from grace have something to do with His allowing Adam and Eve to fall which provides first hand knowledge to the elect angels / elect humans in a way ...
Aug 29 '12 at 4:10
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