Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able?
Then he is not omnipotent.
Is he able, but not willing?
Then he is malevolent.
Is he both able and willing?
Then whence cometh evil?
Is he neither able nor willing?
Then why call him God?
We live in a world in which Bill Gates has 80 Billion, and at the same time a child starves to death every 10 seconds. That's a world without god, or a world with a cruel god, which is therefore inherently not a biblical god.
Thats because when its convenient for them they want to believe they understand some of gods work while when its not they dont. If nobody can understand gods work or reasoning then there is no way to know if he is good or existent as if you dont understand gods work then you shouldnt know whether or not it had to have been created.
God has a plan, and we cannot comprehend it. Anyone who says otherwise is either misguided or a bold-faced liar. Of course, everyone has their own interpretation of God, so excepting a few constants (omnipotence, making us responsible for our actions, et cetera), there is no singular complete definition of God.
I'm still waiting for you to start quoting "The Death and Resurrection Show".
Meanwhile in Hell, the Devil, or Toby, is taking roll.
"Atheists, are you here? You must be feeling a right bunch of nitwits/charlies now."
(Rowan Atkinson, A Warm Welcome)
We can only understand what is made clear through the Bible. Anything after that is pure guesswork. I know this was an opinion poll, but I wish I had access to some examples that steffon66 would have given. The biggest concept that is beyond Christian understanding is the afterlife. We know very little about it.