The Insidious Nature of Evil

Neuschwanstein Castle, Bavaria. Adolf Hitler, 1914, via Wikimedia Commons.

It may be accurate to say that no one in their right mind would commend evil and condemn good. But then, the testimony of human history demonstrates that this happens far more often than we may be comfortable admitting – especially when those calling evil good and good evil also profess to be the people of God.

Isaiah 5:13-25; Amos 5:4-15; Matthew 21:33-46; Luke 11:34-36; John 1:1-5

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Music: Camille Saint-Saëns, Danse Macabre, Op. 40, performed by Daniel Barenboim conducting Luben Yordanoff and the Orchestre De Paris, Saint-Saëns: Symphony #3 “Organ”/Danse Macabre/Bacchanale/Le Deluge, Deutsche Grammophon GmbH 1976.

Author: Albert J. McCarn

I am a lifelong disciple of Jesus (Yeshua) of Nazareth, an avid student of the Bible, a devoted husband and father, a 29-year veteran of the United States Army, and a historian who connects people with their own stories.

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