Why is “Lucifer” referred to as “Son of the Morning”?

Lucifer is the old Roman name for Venus, the “morning star”, it’s a crib from Greek, meaning light bringer.

In terms of the Bible. Lucifer is a mistranslation of a Hebrew word, הֵילֵל, which means shining one, which Jerome conflated with the Latin Lux Fer, light bringer.

Furthermore, it does not refer to Satan, as many believe, but rather, as the pronouncement in which it occurs tells us, to the king of Babylon, most likely Nebuchadnezzar II. (Isaiah chapter 14)

Nowhere in the Bible are we told the name of Satan; that word is a title, meaning resister, or adversary.


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