1. From one flawed human to another: If you had something you love that was flawed, and you had the power to fix it, wouldn't you fix this thing you love?
2. Now, how much more wouldn't your god of love also do for that which he loves?
3. Why do you think so little of your god that he would punish for all eternity
that which he loves?
Would you do that to your own prodigal child?
4. Does not your Bible tell you to forgive?
1. I do not recognize myself as being flawed. That does not mean that I do not have areas where I might improve.
As to if I would change what I love, not without the one I love desiring that change.
If one is to give a gift, it should be what the recipient wants to have and not what I want to give.
2. If your idea of god does not do as I showed, then he is inferior to me. IMO.
3. The/my Gnostic Christian god has tied righteousness to the equality of all souls and has a heaven and no hell. Anything else would show an unjust god as we all contribute the good and evil that forms all of our characters, except the insane etc. Both heaven and hell are figments or our minds. Not supernatural.
4. Yes. Forgiveness is good for both the forgiver and forgiven. The bible also says that repentance should come before forgiveness but I am soft on that where it is not self forgiveness.