My False Evil Antinomy explores the contradiction of religious thinking versus rational thinking and deterministic skepticism in a young man named Simon. His specific antinomy may not turn out to be a contradiction at all, but only doubt masking the truth and thus is false. His antinomy is evil because, if the contradiction does not exist, all of his actions could prove to be a great transgression against morality and how to live a good life. As he waits in shadow for the woman he tried to love, Simon decides to take the reader back through what brought him to the decision to be a righteous murderer. He reconnects with a lost childhood friend, Robert, who has taken a different course in his life. This course is one that involves a mix of religions and spiritual thought. Simon steps out of his normal existence and takes on a task from Robert's group. This task will prove more difficult than Simon can imagine and he learns that he is of a special nature with the power to modify the physical world through emotion. Simon must face his own passions for righteousness and his anger propels him into action. In an attempt to dispel his final doubts about his existence and take revenge, the truth, nature and reality of the contradiction is revealed.