Ask The Psychologist Issue #17: What is a Litmus Test to identify evil in people?
I have been asked many times by people, how do you identify evil in people and people who are basically evil.
An article today, by a media news and opinion personality Bill O’Reilly, gives us all an idea on how to identify evil in our thinking, as well as people who are basically evil in their behavior. We can use this current event in the news as a Litmus Test (a decisively indicative test), to help us identify evil thoughts in people, as well as people who may be down right evil most of the time.
I agree with the below article from Mr. O’Reilly, both as a Catholic and as a psychologist. This below Litmus Test will allow you to easily see the face of evil, based on how people currently express themselves regarding someone becoming ill.
Nobody is Safe from Covid
By: Bill O’ReillyOctober 2, 2020
Bart P. Billings,Ph.D.
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