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God Not Perfect

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on April 21, 2001 13:35:20 UTC

Isn't this the obvious conclusion from history. It's clear for example that god contains both good and evil. Some people define god to remove the evil, but then god cannot be all everything.

If we are the image of god, and certainly we are both good and evil, then so must god be. So no perfection.

But I go even further to suggest thst god is just us carried to a higher level of evolution, and so obviously cannot be perfect.

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