WHY DIDN’T GOD CREATE US PERFECT?

Is there a “God” if so, why Didn’t God create us perfect?

I have heard a lot about how adam and Eve were created perfect, but perfect means to not sin and they did so they’re not perfect. Why did god create us to have free will if we never chose wrong then we would never have all the hate and sin in our world. If he didn’t give us free will then how would we know? If Adam and Eve didn’t work out why not just start fresh instead of waiting until there is BILLIONS of people in our world to start over? I have asked many priests and christians the same questions and 95% of the time they say,”becuase he loves you.” If God loved us would he make us have hate, sin, theft, murder, ect. in our lives?! If God loved us would he make almost every country in the world in dept? How about poverty, If he was even there would he at least give people homes? If everyone just believed in him and in the bible and there was never sin there would never be any of that stuff. How would we know we don’t have free will? If he creates us then why does he create deformed people? I’m starting to believe that christians don’t believe in science because 95% percent of their answers have something to do with god and most of the time, the answer doesn’t even make logical sense. If there was no religion and we all just believed in science we could be EONS in the future by now! Somewhere in the bible it says that god created us in his own image, and that mean that god has murdered, lied, stolen, ect, and i don’t think that’s the God we should worship and pray for. Can somebody logically explain to me if there is a God and why he didn’t make us perfect.

 

Asked by Jackson  35 minutes ago

Posted by Cleth

The One True God creates man perfect in His image and likeness.
Moses, Christ, Krishna are perfect beyond human knowledge.
Their disciples are rare saints, angels, sages.
All human beings bear the spiritual seeds of good to nobly develop
equally like the disciples. In the daily life we don’t meet many
saints, because we have turned back to God and imitated
the low practices of corrupted people.
Yes, the problem is that we don’t learn and practice the counsels
of God and then blame God for our corruption!
Now, true believers are still learning and trying to build
the Kingdom of God, others keep on disbelieving and doubting.
Who among men can show the truth to all mankind?
Luckily, the mature humanity have made the Internet and
publicise all the Holy Books. So, each individual can go
to the divine source, making investigation and deciding how
to conduct the life of a true child of God.

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New Addition For This Post

Baha’u’llah says:

 “Whoso hath searched the depths of the oceans that lie hid within these exalted words, and fathomed their import, can be said to have discovered a glimmer of the unspeakable glory with which this mighty, this sublime, and most holy Revelation hath been endowed. From the excellence of so great a Revelation the honor with which its faithful followers must needs be invested can be well imagined. By the righteousness of the one true God! The very breath of these souls is in itself richer than all the treasures of the earth. Happy is the man that hath attained thereunto, and woe betide the heedless.”

(Baha’u’llah, Gleanings from the Writings of Baha’u’llah, p. 10)

 

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