Evil is real, best not to ignore it Our generation has a history of forgetfulness. We’ve forgotten many things that happened to us or throughout history, and certainly things that have affected our busy lives. We’ve forgotten what evil is, or maybe we’ve chosen not to believe in it anymore. As children, evil was what we looked for under the bed before we went to sleep, or in the closet after the lights were out. These things seemed less scary as we got older, so we forgot them. But real evil grows in the world. People who do evil are …
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