Devils Advocate

The “Devil’s Advocate” was a Title Given in the Catholic Church. The Devil’s Advocate’s Job was to Argue Against the Canonization of Any Candidate.

The term Devil’s Advocate is popularly used to describe any individual who is added to a conversation for the sake of argument. But did you know that this phrase had an interesting origin story? The title “devil’s advocate” was given in the Catholic Church. The Devil’s Advocate’s job was to argue against any candidate’s canonization. …

The “Devil’s Advocate” was a Title Given in the Catholic Church. The Devil’s Advocate’s Job was to Argue Against the Canonization of Any Candidate. Read More »