As more people begin reading about Christianity and asking questions about it again, some will ask what an evil act is.
An evil act in Christianity often involves the serious harm people do to each other.
As more people begin learning about Christianity again, some will ask what an evil act is. The word "evil" is not used nearly as often as it once was in public. An evil act in Christianity often involves the serious harm people do to each other.
An example of an evil act is planning and carrying out a harmful act. It can also take the form of treating someone as less than oneself. Evil can also concern embarrassing someone terribly for entertainment.
An evil act can be quantifiable. It can take the form of seeable actions and heard words. While being just as real and before becoming an outward action, evil can reside in forms such as hateful thoughts in the human mind.