The trouble with God is that he is a great manager. He creates all kinds of things and leaves them to fend for themselves, confident that his creations will grow and thrive and evolve and that it will all be good for everyone and everything that is part of his creation.
And that worked really well right up until he created the earth. He put it just the right distance from the sun, so that it would grow forests and provide light and warmth. He created rainfall to fill the oceans, lakes, and rivers. He decided that the earth should spin at 1000 miles per hour so that there would be sunshine somewhere all the time. Then he created all the animals, and one special one that would be the custodian of the earth. That was man.
He gave men the kind of brain that would help them figure out how to use the gifts of the earth they were given. And then, satisfied with a job well done, he left.
And now, a mere several hundred thousand years later, we have failed. We have failed to protect this planet and all the creatures on it. We fight endless wars to conquer each other for power and gold. We build great machines and suck resources out of the earth with no regard for the environmental impact this would have. We breed like rabbits to ensure an ongoing market for all the crap we create. And we fill the sky with black smoke that is choking us all. We cut down the forests that keep the pollution we make under control. We keep taking and taking, and we will until there is nothing left to take.
I really believe that we have veered off the road of whatever God’s plan may have been for the world. Because the trouble with God is that he evidently failed to recognize that entities that can think for themselves will eventually spawn aberrations that will think only about themselves and that they would eventually become the cause for all that is wrong with the world.