The Christian Theory of Evil
The Christian theories of evil come from their first ancestor's sin. The Christians ancestor's ate the forbidden fruit from the tree of sin, by doing this they started the misfortune placed upon its people. The people acted evil because they believed that satisfying their goals and success is more important than satisfying God. They lived for themselves and not their savior. Christians lie, cheat and steal from others. The ways to prevent these things from happening is to ask God to help us. The people of this religion don't have the power to conquer these sins alone, so God is the key to ending this theory.
The Letter of Paul to the Romans , chapter 5-7.(57-8)
" The Problem of Evil." Radoslav A. Tsanoff, in dictionary of the history of ideas, (1973) 164-165