God is not real. If he is, he is just as flawed and human like as that of the older Gods who came before him. Romans 1:18 For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of people who suppress the truth by their unrighteousness. Wrath is noted as one of the seven sins. Your God has sinned. He has also broken one of the ten commandments when he flooded the world and killed everyone on the planet "Thou Shalt Not Kill". But I know the fanatics, you'll say something like "well god doesn't need to follow the commandments" or "well.... THAT'S NOT EXACTLY WHAT THAT MEANS". It is often the way of the Christians to use Bible verses as direct reference, at face value to defend their own arguments but hide behind them, claiming obscurity when they're challenged. Here is a simple bit of logic for God's supposed omnipotence. Can God make something so heavy, even he can't lift it? If yes, he isn't omnipotent because he can't lift. If no, he isn't omnipotent because he can't make it. Another thing is God is claimed to be all knowing by fanatics, then tell me, why the hypocrisy? Give man free will = punish for not doing exactly what I say That is the equivalent of telling a child to draw exactly what they want as long as it's a duck and then slapping them for not drawing it right. Adam & Eve; God knows all right? Then he set them up to fail on purpose? Lucifer; God knows all right? So he designed the perfect evil to plague mankind, on purpose, because God must be seen as the ultimate good and Lucifer the ultimate evil. Jobe; God knows all and yet feels the need to prove that one man is loyal to him by putting him through hell on earth to prove a point to Lucifer, why? Why does God care what Lucifer thinks?