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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on December 15, 2001 02:40:12 UTC

The standard for God is really high there.

Have you ever forgotten you did something?
What if you helped create the Universe but it was so long ago, you forgot.

You say God is Perfect. You imply God cannot make any mistake or forget anything accidentally and that God's logic in creating the universe is perfect. Maybe that standard is too high. Everything else in the Universe is sloppier than that. Stars emit rather sporadically. Sunspots do not spell nice letters across the face of the sun.
All religions could be equally far from realizing this. I might be wrong too.
But a book alone can't prove it. It must be consistent with all the context.
Now do you give me a some slack?

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