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The devil's evidence: a novel - The Devil s Night - Chick



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As usual, after the latest school-based mass murder , there are lots of people screaming about Americans and guns, American love of guns, an...

As usual, after the latest school-based mass murder , there are lots of people screaming about Americans and guns, American love of guns, an...

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The Advocatus Diaboli ( Latin for Devil's Advocate ) was formerly an official position within the Catholic Church: one who "argued against the canonization ( sainthood ) of a candidate in order to uncover any character flaws or misrepresentation of the evidence favoring canonization". [1]

In common parlance, the term devil's advocate describes someone who, given a certain point of view , takes a position he or she does not necessarily agree with (or simply an alternative position from the accepted norm), for the sake of debate or to explore the thought further. Despite being ancient, this idiomatic expression is one of the most popular present-day English idioms used to express the concept of arguing against something without actually being committed to the contrary view. [2]

The office was established in 1587 during the reign of Pope Sixtus V . The first formal mention of such an officer is found in the canonization of St. Lawrence Justinian under Pope Leo X (1513-1521). [6] Pope John Paul II reduced the power and changed the role of the office in 1983. In cases of controversy the Vatican may still seek to informally solicit the testimony of critics of a candidate for canonization. The number of canonisation increased, from 330 between 1588 and 1978, to 483 under John Paul II 's pontificate (1978-2005, that is an average of 18 canonisations per year).


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