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Q: From what movie is the line 'The greatest trick the devil ever played was convincing the world that he doesn't exist'?
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The greatest trick the devil ever played was convincing the world that he doesn't exist?

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.


Tenacious D Tribute?

Tribute is a song that was written by Tenacious D about the ''greatest song in the world'' that they apparently played when a beast told them he would eat their souls if they didn't. But Tribute is just a tribute to they greatest song in the world because as is mentioned in the song, they can't remember how the song went. The ''greatest song in the world'' though, is related to the song played in the movie in the faceoff against the devil at the end.


Who is the devil in the movie legend?

Darkness in the movie Legend is played by Tim Curry.


What actor played Captain Spaulding in the 2005 film The Devil's Rejects?

Sid Haig


What was the blues song played at the beginning of the Devil's Rejects?

The blues song that plays at the beginning of Devil's Rejects is "Dark was the Night, Cold was the Ground" by Blind Willie Johnson.

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What film does Kevin Spacey tell us The greatest trick the devil pulled is convincing people he doesn't exist?

The Usual Suspects


In what film does Kevin Spacey tell us The greatest trick the devil pulled is convincing people he doesn't exist?

The Usual Suspects


The usual suspects famous quote?

"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


Is there any kind of Witchcraft that doesnt involve the devil?

Wicca is supposed to not involve the Devil.


Does lil b worship the devil?

the devil doesnt accept a follower thats gay...


The greatest trick the devil ever played was convincing the world that he doesn't exist?

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.


Does Jessie j worship the devil?

NO! no she really doesnt!


How fast is the jersey devil?

It doesnt exist so...


Does Ne Yo worship the devil?

no he doesnt his a christian.


What religion is Brooke Hogan?

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


Who said a quote about the greatest accomplishment by the devil was convincincing us you have more time?

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.


Did C.S. Lewis first write The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist?

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.

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