If one is unwitting, one is not "colluding" lol; thus, for self and soul, neither erring is unforgivable. What is more problematic: if one *knowingly* does good for bad, and/or if one *knowingly* does bad for good. An example of the latter: lying to officers of the State to protect A. Frank. In that case--depending on God as Absolute and one's own mores, and doing "bad" both "religiously" (thou shalt not bear false witness) and "patriotically" may be absolutely good.
Therefore, your question is too vague (fallacy of vagueness, which may indicate a psychologism of avoidance of constructive critical analysis; in this question, the avoidance may be re "what is the Good?").
"Understanding Yourself" by Mark Prophet;
"The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil;"
"The Great Divorce."