Imagine for a moment that you are a master sandcastle builder, the best ever and a true expert at your craft. You head down to one of the most famous, beautiful beaches in the world and ply your craft. Now, do you do the best your can and create a true wonder for the world to behold...or do you just slap some mud together and call it a day?
Now imagine you are the creator of all things. You've just spent 5 days making the universe, the planets, stars etc. And now you are on a real ego trip and sit down to make your master piece, something in your own image and special in the whole of creation. And with all your power and omnipotence you come up with....man?
You've just finished your week long frenzy by making a flawed creation and now its in your image too. Your child but more like a poor characture of yourself. And you call it good enough and set the poor thing out on its own and watch in the shadows as he makes one mistake after another for thousands of years and you choose to never intervene to help. We kill, start wars, starve each other and let children suffer. Even the worst parents have helped their kids up after a fall.
So what does this say? A creator who creates a flawed creation is himself flawed. Whats more is he doesn't care enough to fix the mistake.
uhhh...he obviously wasn't done, and neither are we. Do you expect a baby to know how to drive a car? or build a perfect sandcastle? Would you interrupt DaVinci in the middle of painting his masterwork to point out that the painting is flawed because it's not finished? Silly human.
It may be that the creation is not flawed, but rather that people do not want to recognize it as such.
There you are! Mathematics demonstrates the perfection of the universe, including us. God said it was perfect and math backs him up. That simple.
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