It seems that you're incapable of wrapping your head around the idea that God is all knowing lol. So of course he already knew how the world was going to turn out.
In that case God was responsible for all the evil and suffering in the world.
He punished people for breaking arbitrary rules that he created just to pad his ego and in many cases these people didnt even know about the rules, nor did they have any real chance of not breaking those rules since the outcomes were already predetermined and set up by God when he created the universe. Even if the people knew the rules, God said they all had free will, but then he punished them if they exercised that free will and made a decision that he didnt like. He just sounds like a bully and an asshole.
God: "Thou shall kiss me ass"
God: "Then burn in Hell forever!"
No matter how you slice it, the God of the Bible is evil. The rest are just excuses and justifications for that evil.
False. He killed Lot's Wife for looking back at the burning city of Sodom. "She disobeyed him," is not a reasonable defense, either. She and her family were far away and safe from harm. There was no need to kill her as she was merely curious as to what form of destruction Sodom underwent. The description of that event is stated to be, in one form, an earthquake, and another form, "completely consumed by fire and brimstone."
What? I seriously doubt that God didnt have a good reason for her looking back at sodom as being forbidden. Youre probably not mentioning some warning God gave to Lots wife regarding looking back at sodom or about sodom.