toothill man said:
The King said:
Exactly; To develop further, in the Silmarillion, Morgoth is evil because he want to impose his view over the other Valars and refuses to submit to Iluvatar's thought. Iluvatar is the only creator while the other are just accompanying him and the result of his will. Deprived from Illuvatar's thought, Morgoth can't do much (everything is a relative thing of course).Raven Blackwell said:The King said:
One of Tolkien's major mythological points was that evil could not create new things but merely twist things that were once good. Trrebeard echoes this sentiment in The Two Towers.