the host stated that the Bible is filled with stories of people sinning and because of these sins, they are not in a position to gain God's favors (or something like that). My question is why is God so arrogant that He will consider Himself to pristine that His own creation are considered with so much disdain by Him. If God is such a perfect creator, how did He end up creating such a creature that even Him cannot reconcile with.
So to make His initial screw-up right, He sent His son to die for those sins. Since it was Him who screwed up His creation, why didn't He come Himself to die for those sins that were committed because He screwed up His perfect creation? And even after His son's blood was shed, sins continued to occur which proves that even His decision to send His son to die was a mistake. Lots of mistakes from one who is supposed to be so perfect.
Why didn't God just do like any other reasonable person and say. I did not create a perfect creation and since it is not of their own fault, I will forgive them and continue to do so since I made the ultimate error? Being one who knows all things, He should have already known that sending His son to die will not remove sins one bit as we see today, there are even more people committing sins than when He sent His son.
I think that this whole Biblical concept about sins is nonsense.