Deep Things
Depths of Satan • The Deep Things of Satan
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Deep Things
Deep Things [Heb. ḥēqer] (Job 11:7); AV “by searching”; NEB MYSTERY; [Aram amîq] (Dnl. 2:22); [Gk. bathýs] (Rev. 2:24); AV DEPTHS; NEB DEEP SECRETS; DEEPS [Heb. ‘āmōq] (Job 12:22); AV DEEP THINGS; NEB MYSTERIES (DEEP); DEPTHS [Gk. báthos] (1 Cor. 2:10); AV DEEP THINGS. The “deep things of God”
Satan, Depths of
Satan, Depths of (Rev. 2:24, AV); “deep secrets of Satan.” See Deep Things.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Satan, Depths of
SATAN, DEPTHS OF. This expression appears just once in the NT (Rev 2:24). Its counterpart is “the depths … of God” (Rom 11:33), though “the deep things of God” (1 Cor 2:10) is similar. “Depths” seems to refer to sinful experience rather than false doctrine, though both false doctrine and seduction to
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Satan, the Deep Things of
SA´TAN, THE DEEP THINGS OF. The false teachings developed in the church of Thyatira (the Roman church of the Dark Ages), preceding the Protestant Reformation (Rev. 2:24). They included every kind of worldliness and demon-inspired corruption of the truth (1 Tim. 4:1–4). These doctrines were called by
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
SATAN, DEPTHS OF([τὰ βαθέα του̂ Σατανα̂, ta bathea tou Satana]): Found in Revelation 2:24, and has reference to false teaching at Thyatira. It is a question (that perhaps may not be decided) whether tou Satana, “of Satan,” represents the claim of the false teachers, or is thrown in by the Lord.