The Giver by William Arkle
Bear in mind that our understanding of the ultimate nature of reality is concerned with assumptions - metaphysics - and there is no 'evidence' for it. On the other hand, there must be first assumptions; and these assumptions have immense consequences.
The primordial situation is pluralistic - many things, not one thing.
These primordial things are agents - which is to say they are dynamic entities: each agent a self-generating source of... thought. Thus ultimate reality is dynamic, changing. It is organised to the extent of there being distinct agents - but no further.
Thus ultimate reality is alive - all agents are alive.
('Polarity' or 'polar logic' is a consequence of this primordial situation - it is a metaphysics of dynamic, self-generating, plural agency.)
Among these eternally existing primordial agents is God; and God (at some point) creates our world by 'shaping' the primordial agents.
God does this with the objective and hope of developing other agents like God - so that God will not be alone, so that God will have a family. Creation is motivated by the desire for more Gods.
Creation is the cohesion and harmonisation of agents - by love. Love is the primary cause of creation - at the heart of everything that is created.
In sum, primary reality is multiply-dynamic, held-together and brought into harmony by love.
In creation there is an unfolding, a development - due to the dynamic interaction of agents; this is destined (ie. has a direction and goal intended by God) but is not determined, because of agency.
In fact the development is itself creation. Creat-ivity is agency participating in the developmental-unfolding of reality.
Consciousness is a necessary, intrinsic aspect of agency and life - but consciousness varies greatly in quality and quantity. The direction of the evolutionary-development of consciousness is towards greater awareness of itself and its operations.
In an ultimate sense, therefore, reality is dynamic - thus always changing; but also plural, thus permanently structured.
'Good' is that which affiliates with creation - with cohesion and harmony - with love. Good is an opt-into creation.
Evil is that which opposes creation - opposes love, cohesion and harmony. Evil is the intended destruction of creation.
Every agent is - in any particular action - aimed-at, tending-toward, either good or evil.