Don’t get me wrong, I just wanted to have your attention.
Here is another gem by Celsus in the hope that you have found the previous provocative.
The Christians are most impiously deceived and involved in error, through the greatest ignorance of the meaning of divine enigmas. For they make a certain being whom they call the Devil, and who in the Hebrew tongue is denominated Satan, hostile to god. It is therefore perfectly stupid and unholy to assert that the greatest god, wishing to benefit mankind, was incapable of accomplishing what he wished, through having one that opposed him and acted contrary to his will. The son of god, therefore, was vanquished by the devil; and being punished by him, teaches us also to despise the punishments inflicted by him; Christ at the same time predicting that Satan would appear on the earth, and, like himself, would exhibit great and admirable works, usurping to himself the glory of god. The son of god also adds, that it is not fit to pay attention to Satan, because he is a seducer, but that himself alone is worthy of belief.
Celsus say this
evidently the language of a man who is an impostor earnestly endeavouring to prevent, and previously guarding himself against, the attempts of those who think differently from and oppose him.
He then concludes this particular argument by saying
it is fit, I think, that the devil should be punished, and not that men should be threatened with punishment who are culminated by him.