You got me, Steve!
I cannot describe either perfect goodness or perfect justice
I must, therefore, be some sort of Satanist, right?
I didn't say that. I've simply pointed out that you don't actually know what you're talking about and keep trying to claim that you do know, and because you believe you know better, God is guilty of what you keep claiming.
This is a classic case of stupidity and ignorance, along with a rather huge amount of egocentric self.
I don't know.Can we move on, now?
By the looks of your subsequent writing, it appears that you are not capable of moving on.
In other words you think that you have an idea of what any of these things actually are?Will you please explain to me how perfect goodness and perfect justice can exist without incorporating the concept of fairness?
You don't appear to be able to move on here Tree.
Then don't eat it.Think of it this way, Steve, I may not know how to prepare a gourmet meal, but I certainly know a bad meal when I encounter one
I've come to know what a great meal is because I've known great chefs/cooks.
I've further learned to not just claim that because I don't like a meal that the chef is necessarily a bad chef.
Jesus said that some people simply love the darkness and their sin more than they love the truth.
From my observations, it's pretty clear that you recognize your preconceptions and unverifiable opinions as fact.By this same token, I may not know what constitutes perfect goodness and justice, but I can certainly recognize when so-called goodness and justice fall short of perfection!
You further show that your entire body of belief is based entirely on assumptions.
It's ironic because the murderer and thief believes that it's unfair they were caught in the act of their respective crimes, so you tell me.Please, answer my question
How can perfect goodness and perfect justice exist apart from the concept of fairness?