No. Truly evil people can and have spawned good, and truly evil books can and have spawned good.A truly evil book would spawn only true evil.
Considering how many religious organizations exist, the money the make, and how little of that money goes towards actually helping people in need rather than simply indoctrinating them? Very few. And there are secular charities as well.Yet how many religious orders have charity organizations?
Hitler had some good ideas to. You are making an ad hominem argument of sorts.How can goodness be inspired, even if through incorrect or ignorant translation, by a book meant only for evil.
Well even an evil person would desire to protect their property. "Do not covet your neighbors wife/goods" is something anyone who owns property would probably encourage. And it's easy to say things like "love your neighbor as yourself" while including instructions for stoning people to death.Why would the writers, completely evil beings, include lines such as "love your neighbor as yourself" or "thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife?" if they were only trying to spawn evil?