“No one is perfect” as an excuse for evil.

I don’t think that the fact that no one is perfect and everyone is sinful is justification for murder, so I don’t understand why it’s justification for the acceptance of other evils, either.

Lack of perfection and the impossibility of its existence does not give evil any high ground.

That’s what makes our existence, including (and because of) the Fall of Man, so tragic, which, I believe, is part of the reason why sin angers and saddens God.

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