This may be contrary to what is taught in the churches, but this is declared in Isaiah 45:7. "I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the LORD (YAHWAH) do all these things." Christianism's myth says that God created a goody good angel that was the highest of the heavenly host, and that one day for some unknown reason this perfectly created angel rebelled against God and exalt himself to the position of God. These church-kikes even give this angel a name and call him Lucifer, and according to their perversion, it is from Lucifer that evil came into existence. The name Lucifer is used only once in the Bible and that is in Isaiah 14:12, and it is NOT the name for Satan, the Devil, but is the name given to the "king of Babylon" as stated in verse 4, and to his wicked kingdom "Babylon" as stated in verse 22. Lucifer is from the Hebrew word "heylel" and means "bright, shinning". This is just another example where Church Doxology is built upon the technique of jerking a word out of context and giving it a twisted interpretation.