Few people these days believe that evilspirits cause illness, that the rain god causes rain, or that electric-light bulbs are mystical.
Last Word: "We had every right, and we were more than right--right, just, and moral--to smash both of those evilempires [Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan]."
The capacity of "good" people to do, or at least tolerate, evilthings should never surprise us.
One comic book, with the subtle title Li Hongzhi: The Man and His EvilDeeds , proclaims that "[Hongzhi's] illegal doings seriously disrupted the normal order of society, causing chaos in people's social and moral principles."
And if that means fighting occasionally with the Israeli lobby, as liberals like to fight occasionally with the Christian Coalition, that does not make you an evilperson."
New Republic , July 12 The cover review of a new Madeleine Albright biography argues that she had a personal stake in the Kosovo conflict because Slobodan Milosevic represents the two evilforces that shaped her childhood: communism, which her father claimed drove him from his beloved Czechoslovakia, and ethnic hatred, which led to the Holocaust in which three of her grandparents perished.
But teen idol DiCaprio, who plays both an evilking and his good twin, emerges relatively unscathed.
This isolated town is the last bastion of the mystical sign of the dalo, a figure holding a rainbow over his head that was believed to be a talisman against the evileye.
The WP passes along the results of a New York Post online poll soliciting readers' opinions about the most evilpeople of all time: Bill Clinton finished second (voters had to write him in), after Adolf Hitler but ahead of Stalin, Pol Pot, and Josef Mengele.
But I find it so much harder to dismiss than The Green Mile , which doesn't ever risk making the case for its evilcharacters' worldview--and so illuminates nothing.
He does not become greater by good works, nor smaller by evilworks.
- - Donald Kendall, the man who brought Pepsi Cola to the Soviet Union, applauding the transition to capitalism "As you progress down the evilpath, you have to do things that are more and more distasteful, from blasphemy to striking a praying angel.
If evilmen perpetrate evil crimes, God permits it under restraint, and channels it in such a way as to promote His good and His gospel.
However, this raises ethnical problem: feeding kittens clearly not evilaction but could result in triumphant outcome of my dastardly plan.
Their version of events does not accuse the principals of evilintent, but it does accuse them of myopia.
And punishing evilcorporations is very different from punishing evil governments.
A doctrine which gives comfort and encouragement to sinners to continue on in their evilways cannot be of God.
Which is lawful for each caste (varna) and which are the virtues or faults of each (rite), all this I will declare to you, as well as their good and evilresults with respect to the offspring.
Because, like many evildictators, he learned from the absolute best: los Federales de Los Estados Unidos, as the good ol' boys in the expertly trained death squads of Central America like to affectionately call them.
Stories about child molesting are populated by evilmonsters and helpless innocents (rather than flawed or unfortunate humans), and they languish in a miasma of sinister eroticism.
A belief in spiritual manifestations opens the door to seducing spirits and doctrines of devils, and thus the influence of evilangels will be felt in the churches."
Battle evilcreatures using all of Harry's abilities.
And the evilbeast was no more.
Distrust, censuring, jealousy, and evilsurmising are never cherished in a heart that is thankful because of the mercies of God."
What makes a Shakespearean character is his roundedness, his moral complexity, his good sides and his evilsides, all mixed in.
Randy's Wrap-Up Cruel, dim, and out of touch with American life-no, not the evilbastards who killed Charles Schulz-the U. S. Supreme Court, at least that's how they look to quiz participants.
He is battling evilcigarette lobbyists and Senate money-grubbers.
He taught that blacks are descended from Shabbaz, a tribe that came from the moon 66 trillion years ago , and that whites were the laboratory concoction of Yakub, an evilscientist.
A precocious 16-year-old, played by Christina Ricci--"Lolita's eviltwin" (Janet Maslin, the New York Times )--runs off with her gay brother's lover.
What is more, the evilnature of man is etched deeply in the pages of history, and I too am part of that terrible history.
He whose prosperity is gone and who desires support should offer (a beast) with a spot on the forehead and horns bent forward to Indra, the conqueror of Vrtra; verily he overcomes the evilfoe and attains support.
Because Eilonwy has magical powers, she is sought by Achren, the most evilenchantress in the land.
What does offend me is that bigots such as Falwell and other Christian right-wingers feel the need to "save" our children from supposedly evilinfluences, such as gay Teletubbies.
Those evilviruses can attack your email box and destroy your whole system, therefore this is essential.
But the line between good and evilcuts through the heart of every human being.
"Alexander Downer should have had the courage to turn to the foreign minister and say, 'You are the evilcult, you are the violent ones, you are the killers.'
That lack of insight was shown by Robert Louis Stevenson's good Dr. Jekyll ( The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde , 1886), whose impressive bodily transformations to his evil alter ego made Jekyll-and-Hyde descriptive of persons who alternately demonstrate good and evilbehavior.
When two angels come down to see him, he protects them against the evilcrowd of men who wish to molest them sexually.
If evil men perpetrate evilcrimes, God permits it under restraint, and channels it in such a way as to promote His good and His gospel.
Just as this metaphor is used to urge us forward in the fight against terror, is the epic battle between good and evilbeginning to dominate our screens (again)?
That lack of insight was shown by Robert Louis Stevenson's good Dr. Jekyll ( The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde , 1886), whose impressive bodily transformations to his evilalter ego made Jekyll-and-Hyde descriptive of persons who alternately demonstrate good and evil behavior.
Kutchins and Kirk appear to believe that attaching diagnoses to victims must necessarily be in the service of evilconservatism, but pathologizing misfortune is a technique more often employed by the left than the right--by those, that is to say, who want to mitigate responsibility by drawing attention to its causes, rather than those who want to assign blame.
Know, that in this world the (cause of) misery brings forth evilconsequences!
He was an evilbeing, not as evil as Sauron but he would come close.
If a man actually smite a man with evilaforethought, it is an Aredus.
Do not repay anyoneevil for evil.
Battleevil creatures using all of Harry's abilities.
Indeed My childrenevil is a restriction, a restriction on the outpouring of My graces upon you and the greatest restriction of all is the loss of power, the warmth and the peace of My love.
But when the industry attempted to create , the same activists protested again, declaring the "safer" cigaretteevil because it would encourage smokers to continue their habit.
As part of the exhibition, the gallery is screening Glasgow exhibitionEvil Eye Is Source, where 10 artists collaborate with 10 bands, marketed as an antidote to formulaic packaged pop videos.
"Make no mistakeevil will take up a position on both sides of a dispute, thereby advancing inflexible attitudes as a breeding ground for chaos."
To allow evil free reign forever would be absolute torture for the wicked as they would all suffer from each othersevil deeds for eternity.
And its opponents view it as somethingevil and >>terrible.
Reagan's use of the wordevil, he says, "penetrated the Russian soul as surely as the cadmium poisoning Russian beets."