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During in the 1800s women were burned for possession of witchcraft and corruption by the Devil The Devil is a symbol of evil and humans belief that those who are evil are related to the Devil Many religions use the Devil to make a common enemy for their cause In my opinion the Devil exists as long as humans believe in him Evil does exist in human nature but it cannot be explained so th e Devil is a way of describing that Since we created God and the Devil they are both important and related to each other There is a balance to everything whether it is good or bad yes or no etc People tend to act differently to either attract attention or change society Thats how the world maintains its balance If the world is only good then there is no difference between people it will be boring and over a long period of time people will be unhappy When some person realizes they can be bad they will commit an evil act They will beat up people steal things that do not belong to them or break things just for fun and the world would be out of control God exists in this world because of peoples strong faith and beliefs It provides all the positive energy to things in life But to balance the equation we also need the presence of negative energy which therefore leads to the idea of the existence of the Devil In early centuries the church set a guideline to how people should live their lives Anything that goes against the church is considered bad or evil In this play The Crucible the unexplained was caused by the devil some members of Salem used the unexplained to their advantage Mrs Putnam told the truth when she said There are wheels within wheels in this village and fires within fires Pg 28 Mrs Ann Putnam does
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