“One of the consistent strengths of “Evil” has been its constant acknowledgment that faith exists in an untold number of forms.
“Whether taken in relation to a codified religion, a belief in the scientific principles, an outright rejection of both, or none of the above, this is a show with clergy collars and therapist couches that isn’t only confined to one or the other.
“Enter Season 3, where the show ventures further into the idea that faith also applies to who becomes worthy of trust and allegiance.
“Even with a few extra words that don’t have to be slipped by Standards and Practices, the core “Evil” mission remains the same.”
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