Good and evil do not exist (as absolutes, but can exist in a different context and for different reasons as Nietzsche).(From a Wikipedia article about the book series "Conversations with God" - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conversations_with_God, a series that I preliminarily judge to be "evil", without knowing much about the books.)
I confess to being mostly ignorant about Nietzsche (except that I would've preferred him to spell his name like "Neatshee"), and I certainly do not subscribe to the notion that there are no absolutes.
But this concept struck me up-side the head.
Think about killing another human. It's clearly Evil to kill another human when it's "murder". But it's Good to kill another human in order to prevent that human from murdering innocents.
Same action: different contexts, different reasons, different valuations.
Hmmm. What are the implications of this concept?