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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Evangelium vitae

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evil
   Chap.,  
1 Int, 4| distinguish between good and evil in what concerns the basic 2 1, 8| his freedom in the face of evil: man is in no way predestined 3 1, 8| in no way predestined to evil. Certainly, like Adam, he 4 1, 8| to the "thinking" of the evil one, the one who "was a 5 1, 8| like Cain who was of the evil one and murdered his brother" ( 6 1, 8| thus a sad witness of how evil spreads with amazing speed: 7 1, 15| suffering the epitome of evil, to be eliminated at all 8 1, 18| which in themselves are evil. But today the problem goes 9 1, 19| the truth about good and evil, but only his subjective 10 1, 20| human freedom a perverse and evil significance: that of an 11 1, 21| after "having committed evil in the sight of the Lord", 12 1, 21| have I sinned; what is evil in your sight I have done" ( 13 1, 23| useless, indeed opposed as an evil, always and in every way 14 1, 24| confusion between good and evil, precisely in relation to 15 1, 24| cf. Mt 6:22-23), calls "evil good and good evil" (Is 16 1, 24| calls "evil good and good evil" (Is 5:20), it is already 17 1, 28| dramatic clash between good and evil, death and life, the "culture 18 1, 28| life and good, death and evil. ... I have set before you 19 2, 29| powerful enough to triumph over evil!~At such times the People 20 2, 32| their life is marked by the evil of sin can discover in an 21 2, 34| discernment between good and evil, and free will: "He filled 22 2, 34| and showed them good and evil" (Sir 17:7). The ability 23 2, 41| makes his sun rise on the evil and on the good and sends 24 2, 48| life and good, death and evil. If you obey the commandments 25 2, 50| of good and the forces of evil, between life and death. 26 3, 57| his life is always morally evil and can never be licit either 27 3, 58| distinguishing between good and evil, even when the fundamental 28 3, 58| Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who 29 3, 58| call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light 30 3, 66| rejected it as a gravely evil choice. 83 Even though a 31 3, 66| God who "knows good and evil" (cf. Gen 3:5). God alone 32 3, 67| suffering, while still an evil and a trial in itself, can 33 3, 73| proper attempt to limit its evil aspects.~ ~ 34 3, 74| to take part in morally evil actions. Sometimes the choices 35 3, 74| concerning cooperation in evil actions. Christians, like 36 3, 74| to cooperate formally in evil. Such cooperation occurs 37 4, 100| weapons against the forces of evil (cf. Mt 4:1-11). As he taught 38 4, 100| brothers and sisters the evil of practices and laws which 39 Conc, 103| tension with the forces of evil which still roam the world 40 Conc | menaced by the forces of evil~ ~ 41 Conc, 104| Satan, the personal power of evil, as well as all the powers 42 Conc, 104| well as all the powers of evil at work in history and opposing 43 Conc, 104| hostility of the powers of evil is, in fact, an insidious 44 Conc, 104| struggle between good and evil, between light and darkness.


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