Over and over I've read on this board, when a flaw is pointed out in one holy book or another, that it is being interpreted incorrectly.
Over and over I've read that there are followers in sects centered on these holy books who are interpreting them incorrectly...that they are not 'true' (insert religion name here).
Over and over I've read that the gods of these holy books are perfect and all-powerful. That the books themselves were delivered from those gods.
All this defense thrown up by apologists who say their interpretation is the only correct one. They argue their interpretation with those who are atheist and they argue with other theists.
If these books are so perfect and the gods who sent them so perfect and all-powerful, why are they not written in a way that eliminates any chance of misinterpretation?
Does this not erode the foundations upon which these religions have been built?
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