I started, for ease, to go to your sidebar ” What you must remember “ and I read the extract from Christiane Singer’s book: “Even evil contains something divine. … by recognizing, in order to combat it, the part of divine which is in it. “ I understand that, in your article, you were quoting these sentences but from there to make one ” What you must remember “ strikes me as a shame!
For my part, I don’t see how “Evil contains something divine” : and this statement by Christiane Singer is so “huge” that it would seem good and necessary to take advantage of the Church people you interviewed to ask them how they understand this sentence. This would have helped “ordinary Christians” like me to understand!
I keep the sentence of Jesus in the Gospel of April 23: “He who refuses to believe the son … the wrath of God remains on him. “ It is well written ” anger “ and not revenge or punishment… (like a father and a mother can be angry with their child, without necessarily punishing him). Also read the chapter “The spiritual fight” in Michel Rondet sj’s book: Let yourself be guided by the spirit.