Good and Evil are not a true dichotomy. So the response is yes. Each is its own proposition. 'Good exists." and “Evil Exists.” I personally believe in neither. I find some things good as they are pleasing to me. I find other things to be unfortunate, and problem causing. These things we deal with as best we can.
The dichotomy is good, and not good, or, evil and not evil. That which is not evil is not necessarily good, That which is not good, is not necessarily evil. You have created a ‘Black and White’ foundation for a fallacious position.
This is a simple apologetic called, ‘The Problem of Evil,’ AKA: (Theodicy). The problem of evil is the question of how to reconcile the existence of evil and suffering with an omnipotent, omnibenevolent and omniscient God? It has done nothing to sway theists as, after 2000 years, (Actually longer as this argument seems to have first appeared with Epicurious, 341–270 BC. Yep, there were atheists way back then.)
What Law? Also, Evil, as you are using it, is not well-defined. As I previously stated, I do not believe in anything called Evil. To me the word simply means something I find very offensive. So, I have no idea what this “Evil” is you speak of and equally not idea what you mean by “Law.” Are you referencing the 613 Laws that the Jews sometimes follow?
I have already shown you that this is a possibility. You have created a false dichotomy. You must demonstrate what good is and how it exists. You must also demonstrate what evil is and how it exists. Your Black and White logic has created an apologetic that is no more significant or useful than any apologetic created by the theists. Theodicy is not a very good argument against God.
Theists counter with:
Your mind is limited and God knows all. He moves in mysterious ways that can not be understood by the human mind. (The most popular position but not the only argument.)
So, while your comments are appreciated, and I would encourage you to post again, keep in mind that the forum is loaded with atheists who have done the research and understand the arguments. While the argument from Evil has its place, as evidence for the non-existence of god, it fails. The god of the Old Testament was not a nice guy. But any decision God makes is beyond our ability to comprehend.
Help yourself to a cookie and go back to the chalk board.