No, it's that free will thing we tend to mess up.
well aside from free will how do account for physical imperfection, such as a child born blind?
The difference between spirit and body.
i am.. wtf happened to everyone else?.. oO
Lol lol love it.
The biblical got sounds far from perfect.
Full of hatred, revenge, bias and arrogance.
Why should his kids be any different ?
Oh, PapaJoe TROLLING again and calling me sacriligeous.
WHAT ELSE IS NEW !!
I don´t know about that, papa troll.
But you seem bitter and angry today.
As I said before, what else is new.
... perfect to make his own mistakes ... it's the imperfections that make u perfect
God made man in his image.. and then man rebelled. In that order. We were also given free will- to choose our good and loving nature, or to be hurtful and sinful. Good is a choice we have to make.
He made him in his image meaning the way he looks not acts.
Maybe who knows
And a bad temper, and expects a bounty after a war carried on by his people, he sounds like one of those dictators we read about everyday.
Once again Nimbus, you have asked the question of the day!!! I, myself, have asked that same question and never got an answer. More luck to you, my friend.
I see it as the soul, not the physical being.
This is MY PERSONAL understanding of it, God made original man in his image and then when we sinned we were no longer perfect, under the blood of Jesus this sin is erased but since sin is still part of our nature we can never be perfect again until we are in Heaven, no whether this is right or wrong I don't know but like I said my personal understanding..
Translation error: God made woman in Her image. You guys were just practice. :P
Shoot...why do you ask such thought provoking questions love, I don't know!
Some of the comments and answers here are just great. Love it.
I think they were until Adam and Eve ignored God by eating apples, and they turned imperfect. now; we're sinners.
Yeah. So God is taking the ****. Gosh-darn it!
Remember this one Nim , Adam lost one rib in the bargain .
No. If we were all perfect, then the world would be a very dull place to live.