Does the Bible referring to angels as "Sons of God" support that Jesus and Lucifer were brothers?

Mormons believe that Jesus and Lucifer were brothers. I am not Mormon and disagree with much of what they profess.

Clarify Share Report Asked February 27 2014 Mini Ted Beaton

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Emilio 1992 Emo Tenorio Shomer
The short answer is NO, the phrase "sons of God" (Bene HaElohim) refers to a direct creation of God, exclusively to angels in the Septuragint. Job 2 

They can not be brothers for the very simple fact that Lucifer is a created being and the Lord Jesus is timeless, whenever the beginning was, He was there already.

Cults always attack John 1:1 to deceive their victims into questioning and then accepting the premise that somehow the deity of Jesus is mythical or in error.
And somehow they have the only true and correct translation of God's Word, and in particular with Mormonism there's nothing that has ever been found.
No artifacts to prove any of their comical claims, their only leg to stand on is the testimony of one very colorful Joe Smith.

John 1:3 God created everything through Him and nothing was created except through Him.

John 1:4 The Word gave life to everything that was created, and His life brought light to everyone.

In the Lord's freedom and truth.................warrior on

February 27 2014 0 responses Vote Up Share Report

Mini Ted Beaton Sr. Network Engineer
That premise is straight from Mormon theology. They believe that God was once a man on another planet and evolved to Godhood and that God had a wife and that Jesus and Lucifer were their sons, brothers. That Jesus and Lucifer both presented plans on how to deal with the people on earth and their sins and that Jesus plan was selected and thus Lucifer rebelled against that. There is NO scriptural standing for this. It is blasphemous. As pointed out above, God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit predated ALL creation, they created EVERYTHING. Including the Angels, of which Satan was one.

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