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Darkness Visible: The Choice Between Good and Evil.
In various mythologies evil is explained in various ways; gods often share good and evil qualities, ambiguously.
Clashes of good and evil have been banished, replaced by pedestrian prose and thumbnail sketches.
Political conflicts are not necessarily, or even primarily, conflicts between good and evil.
It's not like the Manichean approach, which absolutizes good and evil and sees them as forever opposed.
Do Christians have anything unique to contribute in a war between good and evil, or are we all just sideline morality judges and band-aid medics in a cosmic, and deadly, volleyball match?
That's not to say that the technical challenges aren't formidable; the last etude, Of Good and Evil has some treacherous finger-twisting passages that require the skills of an advanced performer.
The choreographer transformed the ballet from the fairy-tale genre to a lyrical and symbolic account of the struggle between good and evil within a man's soul.
To some individuals, the year 2000, with its numerical symmetry and obvious millennial correlation, represents the date of the great battle between good and evil.
How can I come to terms with good and evil in my nation's history?
In other words, in Mark's Gospel from beginning to end cosmic powers of good and evil are aligning themselves in an opposition in which both heaven and earth are theaters of the conflict.
The State or the party which claims to be able to lead history toward perfect goodness and which sets itself above all values, cannot tolerate the affirmation of an objective criterion of good and evil beyond the will of those in power, since such a criterion, in given circumstances, could be used to judge their actions.
Yet dividing the world neatly into good and evil states may not have unequivocally good consequences.
One significant feature common to all three series is a dramatically compelling (as opposed to a didactically plodding) struggle between good and evil.