Bishop Joseph Fiorenza, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, reminds us that seeing oneself as the agent of God in battling evil is not contrary to biblical teaching so long as the mission's focus is legitimate. The Nazis' call to rise up against the Jews was clearly evil. Dietrich Bonhoffer's call on German Christians to rise up against Hitler was clearly good. The focus of the mission is absolutely intrinsic to its morality. One has to wonder whether the professors would be so exercised if Mr. Bush had used good-and-evil imagery to fight, say, environmental pollution or "social injustice."