Originally a Pagan god, taken by the Christians during the Crusades and Secular State ages and turned into Christianity's adversary.

Happened right around the time the Bible was picked and prodded together, rejecting earlier first hand testaments like that of Judas and Mary Magdalene.
Church: "Our numbers are downeth, ask thee marketing teameth what thee other religions, are doing that we aren'teth doing"

Servant: "It appears thine haveth entities that representeth good AND evil. One god by the nameth of Satan, is used to represent some sort of wrongeth doing to others or some sorteth."

Church: "Thine haveth a god for evil? Well, we'll just tell everyone he's OUR god's enemy, and worshipping thee gets you in someth sort of celestial jail."

Servant: "Celestial jail, sir?"

Church: "What could we calleth it?"

Servant: "Hell, I don't knoweth."
by anonymously_wasted August 14, 2006

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2. Commonly know as, the devil.
1. SATAN kept me secure in the mid 1990's.

2. Hail Satan!
by Vivec May 15, 2005
The guy to whom the Stones give sympathy (they call him the devil).
Pleased to meet you
Won't you turn my way?
by staccato brainstem February 14, 2005
Satan is nobody's friend.
If he was an ice-cream flavor he'd be pralines and dick!
by Garth March 03, 2005
Satan has come forth in human form as dubstep producer Rusko. He is (as of August 2010) involved in an uberEpic battle with his nemesis God (aka deadmau5).
Rusko is the second coming of Satan!!
by Rellik Uzi August 18, 2010
A man of wealth and taste. (After the Rolling Stones.) His role is much maligned. He actually keeps his minions from sticking in the pitchforks that much harder.
Allow me to introduce myself, I'm a man of wealth and taste.
by Fearman August 25, 2007
The name Satan (stn in Hebrew) comes from Judaism meaning something like adversary. The being served as a companion and counter view to that of the Jewish god, testing God's followers and prompting God to prove the power of its people's faith and dedication.

In Christianity, Satan is the fallen angel Lucifer, who is typically seen as the one responsible for weakness in the wills of Christians when they fail to avoid sin. Portrayed as a trickster and usually depicted as a red, man like being with horns, cloven feet and a tail. Much of the image of the Christian Satan is an amalgam of imagery associated with gods of pagan faiths that were absorbed by Christianity as it spread further West with Roman conquest.
Job (6-12):
One day the divine beings presented themselves before the Lord, and the Adversary (stn) came along with them. The Lord said to the Adversary,"Where have you been?"

The Adversary answered the Lord, "I have been roaming all over the earth."

The Lord said to the Adversary, "Have you noticed My servant Job? There is no one like him on earth, a blameless and upright man who fears God and shuns evil!"

The Adversary answered the Lord, "Does Job not have good reason to fear God? Why, is it You who have fenced him round, him and his household and all that he has. You have blessed his efforts so that his possessions spread out in the land. But lay Your hand upon all that he has and he will surely blaspheme You to Your face."

The Lord replied to the Adversary, "See, all that he has is in your power; only do not lay a hand on him."

The Adversary departed from the presence of the Lord.

Common escape for those who fall into sin:
Satan made me do it.
by Godlessscholar April 13, 2007

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