In this Blog post I’m just going to go a little deeper into the questions one of my viewers on my Youtube channel asked me which was “Why didn’t God create the perfect human?” and “Why didn’t God create a sinless society?” If you haven’t viewed my video where I answer the questions in a short five minute video you can look at that down below.
Going deeper into the first question
Why didn’t God create the perfect human being? Like I said in the video in the very beginning when God created the first human being Adam he was I believe created perfectly in God’s eyes. When God created humanity in the very beginning he saw humanity as perfect in every aspect and every way including having a mind to have free will and free choice to say no to God’s commands, sin by the way is when we do anything that goes against God. Now why would God even give us the choice to not obey him if he does not want us to not obey his commands. To answer this question God does not want us to be “robots” just obeying orders without a second thought. God want us to obey him because we want to obey him, he want us to love him because we want to love him not because we are forced.
Going deeper into the second question
Why didn’t God create a sinless society? Like I said in the video before he did create a sinless society in the very beginning in Genesis chapter1-2 there where no sin when God created the world. But when Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit in Genesis 3 they allowed sin to enter into them and into the society they where around. Now there is a different view of this question that I will answer, why didn’t God create a sinless society in the since of making it impossible for sin to even have an opportunity to enter into it. My answer to this question will link right back up to the first question, “why didn’t God create the perfect human?” If God allowed the society he created to not have the opportunity for sin to enter into it, then Adam would of never been made perfect in God’s eyes. Adam would not have been able to have free will which obviously God wanted in Adam.