Perfection- how this applies to Gods
Wednesday, December 6, 2006 5:11:53 PM
So what I concluded last time that perfection, was really just a state of hypocrasy. So the Gods could not be considered perfect since perfect is a flawed idea.
Now I've been thinking about this constantly, for like the past two days. And I've think I've figured it out.
God is, and must be omnipresent in all ideals that are perfect. God contains all which is perfect, in perfections many and different forms. So if their are many different ways of perfection than perfection can contain freedom and diversity and is theirfore not hypocritical.
But the key idea here, is that God does not and can not contain human aspects when it comes to perfection. God contains all actions, all ideas, and all ways doing things that are perfect or with out fault. Humans can only choose one way of doing somthing, like you can either choose this flower or this flower. God makes both choices and does many ways of doing one thing. (He would choose both flowers)
If God didn't than their would be only one way of perfection and if their is one way their is no freedom. So it would be a hypocritical perfection.
Okay, I tried to slim it down this time. I hope it makes sence....