Doctor Faustus (Marlowe)

How does Marlowe use his audience’s belief in a literal devil as an exciting force for his play?

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A literal Devil meant that a guy like Faustus could literally sell his soul to the Devil thus providing a believable, and enticing, inciting incident to the story.