Dean Winchester: We track evil and kill it, the family business, is that it? Look at the tape, Sam. Evil tracks us. It nukes everything in our vicinity, our family, our friends, it’s time we put a proper name to what we really are and deal with it.
Sam Winchester: We are not evil. We’re far from perfect, but we are good. That thing on your arm is evil, but not you. Not me. You’ll never ever hear me say that you, the real you, is anything but good.
Crowley (to Rowena): All my life I wondered what I’d done to deserve a mother who refused to show love. I pained over it. I built my bloody kingdom on top of it. And then one day epiphany struck, my mother was incapable of loving anything. And then you showed in my dungeon, we communed and I began to realize you weren’t incapable of love, you were incapable of loving me.
The Death: God created the Earth out of nothing, or so your Sunday School teacher would have you believe.
Dean Winchester: What, so Genesis is a lie? Shocker.
The Death: Before there was light, before there was God and the archangels, there wasn’t nothing. There was the Darkness, a horribly destructive, amoral force that was beaten back by God and his archangels in a terrible war.