Assuming He exists, people might have been giving God the wrong definition. There has been countless amounts of contradiction when trying to explain God. Therefore, I have come to the very simple conclusion that God is not perfect, but instead, extremely powerful. As well almost having complete omniscience.
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Exactly, Jeremy. The book was written by people who are known for inaccuracies. It's really confusing to be sure what God's major plan was to do. Maybe his only use (to Himself) was to create the Universe and then "disappear" ? Who knows really...
Thank you, Buildreps. So it's difficult to say if the Demiurge is the best God (because God implies the best). That's actually interesting that the Christian God (as interpreted by humans) is not actually perfect! I never knew that!
Humans aren't perfect, and I agree that we make a lot of mistakes. But first we have to understand our logic so there is no room for error and contradiction. Once the contradiction stops, we can proceed onward to the next level of thought.
Immortal doesn't necessarily mean perfection. I need more than that.
My answer speaks not of Perfection but of Self-transcendence. Indeed I agreed with you at the beginning. Love is the only Reality: Conscious and unconditional Oneness to the Will of the Supreme. It is the domain of the Soul, the Mind cannot go there.