Okay, so you've got this god. He's the only god your tribe's allowed to worship. He's merciful, provided you say the right prayers, make the right offerings, possibly cut off or modify the correct body parts, eat the right food on the right days, and all that stuff. He'll love you and protect you, and your tribe will prosper, provided yada yada yada.
The problems really don't start until you start adding superlatives. And especially until you begin bandying the word "perfect" about.
If you have an all-powerful, all loving, perfect god who created literally everything, then where did all the imperfections come from?
It's all very well hand-waving sin and other human weaknesses away as being the fault of humans' sinful nature, but how could a perfect god have created creatures with that imperfect nature? It's not as if Adam and Eve could pop outside creation for a quarter-pint of gluttony and a double-serving of attraction-to-forbidden-fruits, now is it? 'cause the point about God having created everything is that there cannot be anything outside his creation. So, by a quite easy process of elimination, that propensity to sin—that human weakness—must have come from inside creation. Must have, just to belabour the point here, been created by God in the first place.
So we have a perfect creator who cannot create perfectly.
Or we have a perfect creator who purposefully doesn't create perfectly, but whose morals are so imperfect that he then punishes his creations for not being perfect.
Run that by me again?
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