Many religions contrast dark and light with good and evil. Namely Christianity as a off shoot religion does exactly this in the new testament.

Does Judaism use these metaphors directly in any verses or are interpreted that way?

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    Reminder to VTCers that comparative religion questions require knowledge of other religions. This question, as it currently stands, does not, and therefore should be left open. – DonielF Apr 1 at 2:48
  • I don't know if this would be considered a metaphor but *Or Zaru'a Latzadik..." - "Lightness is planted for the righteous"? Psalms (I think it's in the 90's.) – DanF Apr 1 at 15:10
  • See 1 Samuel 2:9, Job 30:26, Isaiah 5:20, 45:7, Psalm 4:6, 118:27, Proverbs 4:19. – Lucian Apr 23 at 1:12

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