I know you take this lightly because you've convinced yourself that there is no God or no such thing as hell. Your mind has become a slave to demonic lies and you have convinced yourself that they are true. The reality of the situation is that there is a narrow way to Heaven and few find it and a broad way to hell and many go in it.
Doesn't this bit seem a little odd to you? Think about it. I think you would agree with the premise that Jesus wants people to be "saved." Isn't that why he's portrayed saying, "When I am lifted up, I will draw all men to me"? That's the message of John 3:16 and the rest, is it not? I think you would also agree with the premise that Satan wants people to be tortured forever in Hell. That, presumably, is what all the mind-enslaving to "demonic lies," the temptation to "sin," etc., etc., and so forth is all about. Right?
So. If it is the case that only a few find the way to Heaven, while the many end up on the road to Hell, then are you not telling us that Satan wins
? Given that you believe Satan is able to accomplish an everlasting
victory on such a scale, and both Jesus and Yahweh are utterly helpless to thwart him, doesn't this mean that you believe Satan to the the more powerful deity?