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អារក្ស (អង់គ្លេសDemon) ជាវិញ្ញាណអាក្រក់ ហើយវាមានអំណាចអាចធ្វើការអស្ចារ្យជាច្រើនបាន ប៉ុន្តែមិនមែនសម្រាប់សេចក្ដីល្អទេ។ វាជាសត្រូវរបស់មនុស្សជាតិ ស្ថិតនៅក្នុងអាកាស

ហើយពួនសម្ងំនៅក្នុងរូបបដិមាកររបស់ពួកអ្នកមិនជឿព្រះ។ វាជាប្រភពនៃសេចក្ដីអាក្រក់គ្រប់បែបយ៉ាងដល់មនុស្សជាតិ ហើយកាលណាវាចូលមនុស្សណាហើយ វានឹងធ្វើទុក្ខមនុស្សនោះដោយ

ជំងឺផ្សេងៗជាច្រើន។

អារក្ស (មកពីភាសាក្រិក: δαιμόνιον daimónion) គឺជាអំណាចដ៏ខ្លាំងពូកែមួយ តែងតែជាភាវៈដែលបង្កការខូចខាតដល់មនុស្ស ហើយតែងតែមាននិយាយនៅក្នុងសាសនា វិជ្ជាមន្តអាគម អក្សាសាស្ត្រ ទេវវិទ្យាជាដើម។[១]

នៅក្នុងវិជ្ជាខាងអារក្ស របស់គ្រីស្ទានកាលពីមជ្ឈឹមសម័យ អារក្សត្រូវបានគេយល់ឃើញថាជាវិញ្ញាណអសោច ជាទូតសួគ៌ដែលធ្លាក់ពីស្ថានសួគ៌ ជាប្រភេទវីញ្ញាណដែលគេមិនស្គាល់ ហើយវាអាចចូលក្នុងមនុស្ស។[២]

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សាសនាគ្រីស្ទ[កែប្រែ]

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រូបគំនូរនៅមជ្ឈឹមសម័យ គូរដោយ Ottheinrich Folio ពិពណ៌នាអំពីព្រះយេស៊ូវដេញអារក្សឲ្យចេញនៅកេរ៉ាស៊ីន (Medieval illumination from the Ottheinrich Folio depicting Jesus exorcizing the Gerasene demoniac)

ពាក្យ "demon" (មកពីភាសាក្រិក δαιμόνιον daimonion) មានប្រើ៦៣ដង ក្នុងសញ្ញថ្មីនៃព្រះគម្ពីរគ្រីស្ទាន។[៣២][៣៣][៣៤]

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នៅក្នុងព្រះគម្ពីរគ្រីស្ទាន បានបកស្រាយថាព្រះរបស់សាសនាផ្សេងៗគឺជាអារក្ស (demons) (មកពីភាសាក្រិក δαιμόνιον daimonion)។[៤១]

វិជ្ជាដែលសិក្សាពីអារក្ស បានវិវត្តពីលក្ខណៈសាមញ្ញមួយ ទៅជាការសិក្សាដ៏ស្មុគស្មាញមួយ ដែលគំនិតនេះដំបូងឡើយមានប្រភពចេញពីវិជ្ជាដែលសិក្សាពីអារក្ស របស់ពួកយូដា (Jewish demonology) និង បទគម្ពីរគ្រីស្ទាន។[៤២][៤៣][៤៤][៤៥]

នៅសម័យផ្សេងៗក្នុងប្រវត្តិសាស្ត្រគ្រីស្ទាន គេបានព្យាយាមធ្វើចំណាត់ថ្នាក់អារក្ស ទៅតាមឋានានុក្រមផ្សេងរបស់វា។

នៅក្នុងកណ្ឌគម្ពីរម៉ាកុស មានសរសេរថា ព្រះយេស៊ូវបានដេញអារក្សដែលធ្វើទុក្ខមនុស្សដោយជំងឺផ្សេងៗ ឲ្យចេញពីពួកគេ។ ព្រះអង្គក៏បានប្រទានអំណាចនោះ ដល់ពួកសាវ័ករបស់ព្រះអង្គដែរ។

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