if the christian God is all knowing why did he create life that he knew would fall to sin?
doesn't the fact that the christian God is all knowing sort of go against the idea that we have free will and thus absolves us of blame for our actions (obviously we do the things that have consequences but considering that our desires and thus actions are out of our control why do we get scorn or praise from the christian god)?
you can argue for a compatibilist view of free will but that's just juggling with semantics, it doesn't address the actual point.
why does the Christian god punish quadrillions and quadrillions of beings and condemn to such horrible conditions for the actions of two people who were tricked?
why did the christian God punish Adam and Eve so harshly? they didn't have any real reason to heed his word over the words of the serpent, why were they expected to just blindly follow doesn't God know the nature of his creations?
why did the Christian God even create life in the first place? why did he take "us" out of non-existence and impose these conditions on us?