our conceptions of good and evil may not be entirely accurate we analyze these things as if they will be true for all time. all of the logical assumptions seem to be based on this. but the judeo-chrisitian tradition does not assert that conditions of our world will endure. even if evil is a contruct and good is a construct, these things only exist in our own mind in not in the greater reality of god. he has a plan not yet realized. but we are not left alone with these constructs to fend for ourselves. presumably, a creator has left us with inspired text to give us direction upon which we are to exercise our free will. our morality in this world may not be "real" because we are not yet able to experience true goodness. we only have glimpses of these attributes these arguments have to be seen as existing on different planes of existence or in a sense, other dimensions.