Omniscient? Omnipotent? Bah! Wouldn’t it make more sense to say that God is just really really smart? Could we even tell superintelligence apart from omniscience?
Consider the gap in intelligence between humans and dogs. A person can understand canine psychology but a dog couldn’t even understand why people go to work everday. If one accepts that the difference between man and God comparable to the gap between man and dog, then it explains a lot of theological problems.
Problem of Evil: Smart God has minimized pain and suffering, but our puny stupid human brains just can’t understand it. When a dog gets shots at the vet, he doesn’t understand that the minor pain of shots prevent major pain of disease.
Myths and Metaphors in Holy Books: Smart God knew we couldn’t understand true nature of reality with our feeble minds, so He dumbed it down for us.
Problem of Hell: Dogs probably don’t like being spayed or nuetered, but it serves a higher purpose that the dogs themselves wouldn’t be able to understand. Smart God made Hell for a reason, but we misinterpreted its purpose as “eternal punishment” with our limited intellect.