ISN'T IT STRANGE THAT GOD PERMITTED THE KILLING OF HIS SON AND NOT THE SINNER
Think about this: your son crawls through the living room window at night carrying drugs and you shoot him rather than the dealer supplying the drugs. In this case Jesus enters the world carrying the sins of the world and God permits his death, yet Lucifer providing the sins is allowed to go free. Is Lucifer his beloved son or even a prodigal son? The questions to ask is, which one was the son of God. And if you say both, why did God remove the saintly son and not the sinner. Matt 3:7 "And lo a voice from heaven, saying, This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased". If Jesus is part of the trinity, was Lucifer the angel, able to kill his own creator. Which one showed the infinite characteristics of being a son of God? Was it Jesus who died or Lucifer who never died. And finally Lucifer is recorded in Genesis with being among the sons of God, Jesus was never mentioned by name, whether by a real or a pseudonymous name.