The kingdomcultural solution to evil is to exhaust it, like Christ did, by bold, humble, chivalric action. In contrast, the subcultural approach to evil is to run from it while the countercultural approach is to attempt to rule over it. The kingdomcultural solution replaces evil with good by outlasting evil no matter the cost. All other forms of culture outside kingdomcultural make evil the tail that wags the dog, treating evil as if it is a permanent fixture in the universe and then worshiping, living and governing accordingly. This leads to captivity in Babylon. However, the kingdomcultural approach makes good in God and in the creation the permanent reality. Thus kingdomculture sees evil as twisted good, which can be untwisted through the process of restoration.
Also see Kingdomcultural, Replace and Restoration.