Perfection as God's creatures?

@gengeni (3308)
December 1, 2010 3:26am CST
We often hear words uttered from the mouth of a person as follows: "He has a deformed hand resulting from traffic accidents" that so my questions, as human beings, what is the criteria / constraints of living creatures (humans) that can be said to be perfect? As we know that man is the most perfect creatures of God's creation on earth. How can we possibly say that there is a defect of God's creation? please answer ... use of religious arguments each also welcome ... use logic also welcome ... It's just a reflection material ..
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@shattered (1731)
• Philippines
3 Dec 10
I believe the phrase "deformed" is related to the original form of the hand. Such that a person born with five fingers and was involved in a traffic accident resulting of the loss of 3 fingers would have a deformed hand. It has nothing to do with perfection. From the point of view of religion, perfection is not about your physical qualities but rather the state of your spirituality. The Bible also states that "that we may present everyone perfect in Christ Jesus." (Colossians 1:28) Our perfection has nothing to do with our physical attributes, but more on what Christ has done for us.