According to the world’s major religions, God is omnipotent, omniscient, and ‘all good.’ (Whatever the last one means). If so, then why is there suffering in this world? Is it because he didn’t know his creations would create suffering? Or was it because ‘he’ couldn’t create a world without suffering as a motivator for mankind? Or is it that suffering is good and we just don’t recognize it? (If you think that this last one is true, then kick your desk as hard as you can with your bare feet, and re-answer the question). All of these scenarios would violate the omnipotent, omniscient, and all-good claims, which would pretty much make him a liar.
Could it be that he gets some cosmic kick out of watching suffering, which he should know will occur if he is omniscient?
If he is omniscient, then do we truly have free will? Otherwise the future must seem uncertain even to god. If the future is uncertain, then has he been lying to us for the last few millenums? Does this make him all good?
If god has limitations, then could we, over time, topple him like a dictator?