Why would a perfect God make an imperfect creation? So that those He makes may discover what perfection truly is. If all had been made perfect, we would never understand its value. It is the same thing that if something were not done, and only the theory were available, instead of the course of the world made incarnate, nothing would have any meaning. Reality is necessary, therefore. In my theology, if we are found worthy enough, we will be granted perfection — not that we truly earn that gift, but one understands that measure. Having only experienced the imperfect, we will understand perfection as it was meant: an infinite gift.

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