Think like Darwin. Are God and His works perfect?

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Post by Greatest I am on Mon Oct 26, 2009 2:42 am

Think like Darwin. Are God and His works perfect?

I do not believe in the conventional God of scripture but regardless of this fact, I believe that we live in a perfect environment and evolving system.
There is biblical support for this view as well in this.
Deuteronomy 32:4
He is the Rock, his work is perfect:
Many believe that this perfection was destroyed by man in Genesis.
How perfection can make imperfect choices is beyond me but most think that Genesis was the fall of man. I do not agree because I cannot see man as complete without he knowledge of good and evil.
Some do. They, I think are misguided.
I believe that we live in evolving perfection.
When Darwin found the Galapagos Islands, he found just that. A system that was as perfect as it could be at that point in time. I stretch what he found to the whole of creation and see it and all of us as perfect as we can be.
It is demonstrable that things cannot be otherwise than as they are; for as all things have been created for some end, they must necessarily be created for the best end.Ē
If things are always as good as they can be then we can say that things are perfect and moving continuously towards a more perfect state.
If you see perfection as a stagnant unchanging condition then you may want to use good and getting better
At all times.
Scripture says that God looked upon the garden of Eden and even knowing what evil and sin would transpire there, called it good.
Evolution, even with competition/evil, must be recognized as the most perfect system available to us.
To me, either God or nature has provided us with evolving perfection.
If God is to maintain His perfection and that of His works so as not to back slide then things must be perfect and it is to us to recognize it.
Do you recognize our perfect environment over time or do you see Godís perfect works as somehow becoming imperfect?
Can perfection become imperfection?
If so, does that mean that God or nature has back slide into imperfection?

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