cause evil

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A[cedilla] "A person may cause evil to others not only by his actions but by his inaction, and in either case he is justly accountable to them for the injury.
ALTHOUGH God does not cause evil, he does allow evil to happen in order to bring about a higher purpose.
Our decisions and positions were also owing to our shouldering the religious and ethical duties as well as the preservation of the stability of our country and its people and to the confrontation of whoever dares to stir sedition and difference among the one society's individuals which leads to put the interests of the people and country to jeopardy and loss and only fulfill the benefits of enemies and the spiteful who are waiting to revenge and cause evil to our region's countries and people.
God does not cause evil directly or as an end in itself, but God does cause the existence of the creaturely agents of evil and, in the case of moral agents, of their evil volitional acts (71).
3 Whoever does not slander with his tongue, whoever does not cause evil for his neighbor and does not support a reproach against his neighbor.
God does not cause evil but only permits it to happen.