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Re: RE: Is God Really Perfect?

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Posted by Chris Nicholl on November 8, 2000 18:28:41 UTC

Actually, God does not admit making a mistake when he flooded the earth. Instead, he says he won't do the same thing again. There is a big difference between the two. The leap you make between one and the other leaves out the possibility that God says he won't do it again because he thinks we've learned our lesson from the one event.

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