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An Imperfect God Is An Interesting Idea

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Posted by Mario Dovalina on September 5, 2001 17:01:40 UTC

I agree that the notion of a powerful, albeit flawed god is more appealing than an omnipotent perfect God. Maybe it's because we have a desire to be understood and relate to a god, rather than just be forgiven. It gives religion a sense of comradeship rather than Perfect and Imperfect.

Of course, that doesn't make that belief true, but I will admit to its appeal.

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