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"The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he did not exist, And like that...he was gone." And, of course, "Who is Kaiser Sosa" ~Becky


the devil doesnt accept a follower thats gay...


Wicca is supposed to not involve the Devil.


It's a quote from French poet Charles Pierre Baudelaire.It has to do with ontological arguments. In Christianity, God is said to be omnipotent (all powerful), omniscient (all knowing) and omnibenevolent (all good). But how could a being such as this exist if there are disasters and evils in the world? A purely good being that knows all and has the power to stop evil would not allow them. Ergo the devil must exist to explain evil acts. Without the devil, you can't have God.So by convincing the world that he didn't exist he convinces the world that God doesn't exist.


no he doesnt his a christian.


NO! no she really doesnt!


She is an Athiest. (Doesnt Have a Religion &+ Doesnt Believe in God,Angels,The Devil, or Demons.)


Originally, it was said by French Poet Charles Pierre Baudelaire in a short story in 1864. In modern times, it was said in the movie, The Usual Suspects. Kevin Spacey's character said, ""The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist." He was talking about the elusive Keyser Soze and how no one truly knew who he was.


Stealing is not the greatest sin Being a follower of the devil and murder are the greatest sins


That particular rendition of the quote comes from the movie "The Usual Suspects" but it's just a rewording of the original by the French poet Baudelaire.



NO! he doesnt who would say that or think that


The greatest conflict in Eric Larson's The Devil in the White City is the struggle between good and evil as played out be the character of H.H. Holmes, one of Chicago's earliest serial killers.


It is rare that Beelzebub possesses a person. Typically it is 1 of Satan's minions, another demon. ย I see I see there is another answer that indicates there has never been a person possessed by the devil. The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing man he didn't exist. I would warn that man who doesn't believe in the Antichrist to watch his ignorance, for Satan lies possessing ignorant people. And God will not protect those who are ignorant.



Puritans believed that witches were the servants or sexual assistants of the devil. They believed that women who did not live with a man were at the greatest risk for being seduced by the devil. They linked witchcraft with the devil and hell.


It's called "Devil May Care" and its by Sebastian Faulks writing as the original author, yet very convincing!


People may say an evil entity exists and tell you they are 100% correct. But the simple truth is no one knows absolutely sure of its existence. Christian's and Islamic followers may say a devil exists because it is in their scripture. I can tell you all morning that I am an atheist, but at the end of the day I am agnostic. There simply is not enough evidence other than holy writings, which may or may not be subjective. It's probably not a trick, but likely a play on words.


yes they do worship the devil because all those famous singers are writing about stuff that doesnt make any sense for christians but if you write songs about god then no your not worshipping the devil your worshipping god


Anne Hathaway but the devil is played by Meryl Streep.


James Unsworth has: Played Fletcher in "Hugging the Devil Tree" in 2010. Played Soldier in "Simon Boccanegra" in 2010. Played Gary in "Occupation UK" in 2010. Played The Devil in "The Devil Made Me Do It" in 2013. Played Guitarist in "The Collector" in 2013. Played Daniel Harper in "Mother Knows Best" in 2013.


It's not from a book. The character Oscar from The Officesays it in the season 5 episode "Two Weeks." It's an allusion to the 1995 film The Usual Suspects when Verbal says, "The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist. And like that...he's gone."


Yes it is even though it doesnt sound like it would be a real fish


Anne Hathaway starred as Andy in "The Devil Wears Prada."



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