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Quick note that I'm not religious nor a hardcore atheist. This is just a shower thought that keeps reoccurring in my mind.
In the bible it says "God is omniscient" (Psalm 139:1-6). He knows everything, including the future. God knew Adam and Eve would sin. If he created them and knew they would sin, why did he punish them? It wasn't even a small punishment so that they can gain a life lesson. He banished them from the garden and made childbirth incredibly painful for ALL women, not just Eve. It just seems like he set them up for failure? I searched for answers online but the only one that provided an answer other than "it's part of his master plan" is that he did this because God has to display his greatness - his glory and his wrath, and that cannot be seen without the fall of mankind. By that logic, God creates problems so that he can assert his dominance? Why does he have to show his greatness by making his beloved creations suffer? Can't he do it by showing Adam and Eve a super out-of-this-world magic trick?
Edit: I'm looking for insightful interpretations, maybe from people who are more familiar with religion? This is not for extreme atheists to use this as an opportunity to bash on religion. I am genuinely curious to see if there is perhaps a perspective I'm not seeing this in.
Edit 2: I'm getting some more responses like "There is no logical answer" and again, I am trying to see if I missed something from a religious point of view. I never said I was looking for a 2+2=4 kind of straightforward problem solver.
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