Good Is Real: Evil Is Unreal

Startling! Yes. But listen to the Scripture on this point—and near the beginning, too: "Of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not eat of it." Gen. 2:17; Now just how can one experience freedom from evil in this present world? Humanly, everyone is a free moral agent to accept or reject the good or evil knocking at his mental door.

There is a Biblical character who made a name for himself and expressed a high degree of usefulness at a time of great need— famine in the land of Egypt. When this Joseph was a boy, his brothers were tremendously jealous of him. They conspired against him and dumped him into a deep pit. He was sold to some passing traders. Feeling sure they had disposed of him, the brothers went on their merry way.

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