And not rather, (as we be slanderously reported, and as some affirm that we say,) Let us do evil, that good may come? whose damnation is just. [Romans 3:8 KJV]
Some slandered the early Christians and some affirmed it was so, that Christians in general, and Gospel Ministers in particular, taught that it was right to do an evil thing that good may come out of it.
Paul makes it very clear that this is not the case and he says that people who do, actually, teach such things are 'damned' (or 'condemned') and their condemnation is just.
Thus he is saying that to suggest people should do evil (in order that some 'good' may come out of it) is an act which deserves (justifiably) to be condemned. That is to say, the act of making the suggestion is blameworthy.
What is the response of Trinitarian Protestantism to the suggestion that people should make a false claim publicly in order that good may come out of it ?
EDIT The suggested relevant (or 'dupliate') question asks 'When is it acceptable ... etc'. That question is looking for occasions when the OP would want to be able to tell a lie. That is not the point of my own question. I am asking for the response of Trinitarian Protestantism to false claims made publicly which claim to have an outcome of 'good'. –
I do not see that question (or its answers) as relevant to this question.