I mean, the belief is that God is perfect and as such, he can create the most perfect of things. However, he still creates an imperfect creature than can fail (and does at the end). He knows this, and it is intentional in some way. However, He still punishes humans for being disobedient. Then he proceeds to demand that he be worshipped lest we burn in eternal fire. What is the logic of all this? If he could, why didn't he? Was it cruelty?
you are low in point, just ask admin to reset. no need to spam the forum with rubbish posts.
God being perfect does not necessarily mean that God will always create perfect things.
why don't we go back to the Word of God? In Genesis 1-2 since we are talking about creation, when God created all the things in the first 5 days, He said that it was "good", He did not say "perfect", even when He created man, He said "very good", not "perfect".
We must understand that the only One perfect being is the One who is eternal. And as we are being perfected, we also receive eternity, perfection. Today we are not yet perfect, but we are being perfected.