Cedo Nulli, is it evil?
What Guys Said 3
It has historical meaning too, for instance:
www (dot) emblems. arts. gla. ac. uk/alciato/emblem. php? id=A46a059
www (dot) emblems. arts. gla. ac. uk/french/facsimile. php? id=sm816_p103
books (dot) google. nl/books? id=Oulx6h9Z-p0C&pg=PA26&dq=cedo+nulli+erasmus&hl=nl&sa=X&ved=0CCcQ6AEwAmoVChMIod_Mx6aAyQIVywUsCh0BngKk#v=onepage&q=cedo%20nulli%20erasmus&f=false
"CEDO NVLLI" is the motto on my family crest, and as they were atheists it's generally thought it meant they'd not yield to (the idea/myth of) god. It's hard to say for sure though, since in 17th century Europe nobody would dare to put that in writing.
Personally I like to interpret the motto to (also) mean not yielding to the human tendency to be superstitious.
Originally the motto comes from the Roman god Terminus refusing to yield to the god Jupiter, so it's not far-fetched to include god (s).
But I don't see how words could be evil. As with everything, intent is key.
If your interpretation/meaning does not include the (christian) god then that's that. The words don't change the meaning you give to them, whatever others say.
But whether that will fly or not depends on your geographic location. Here in the EU being seen as overtly religious will hurt your standing/image (in business or otherwise), in much the same way as it will in the U. S. when you're perceived overtly atheist.
So, evil? Definitely not. But, assuming you live in the U. S., you probably do run the risk of ignorant people disregarding your intent and substituting their interpretation for yours and then judging you on it. But then again, you can just not yield :)
Deus est Nulli.
What Girls Said 1
No one means no person, I don't think God is considered to be a person.
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