Will Friday is a computer programmer and analyst who lives in Arizona.
While there are many areas of dogma over which theists of even the same denomination will disagree, one thing that most believers agree upon is the notion that God is perfect. But is it reasonable to make that assumption? The author doesn't think so. He looks at the meaning of "perfection," and then proposes a conclusion about the feasibility of a God who is "perfect."
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