Boy, that post was so full of contradictions I don't even know where to start. It reminds me of the questions I used to ask as a JW kid, and the bogus and unsatisfying responses that passed for answers.
1) Satan and his angels were created by god, so why are they bad? Where did the impulse to do evil come from, if not from whatever god put into them when he created them? If god is so wonderful, why would Satan go against him--and how could Satan convince any other angels to join him? And if the only thing they wanted to do was be different or separate from god, why was that evil?
2)Why did god put stuff in the way of humans to cause us to stumble, leading to the need for Jesus to come and fix things? This is not a good plan, no matter how you look at it.
3)Why will god only stop Satan for 1000 years? Why not just get rid of Satan entirely? And why allow Satan to eff with humans at all? What possible benefit is there to letting Satan screw with the earth? It's like letting Satan torture Job, just because.
4)What "worthwhile work" did god give Adam and Eve to do? Name the animals, eat fruit, worship god, and have sex? For that they needed the most complex brains on the planet? They were fruitarians surrounded by tame, peaceful animals--that is the epitome of a sedentary lifestyle. They needed no weapons or cooking fires; they did not even need clothing or shelter. I can't figure out why there were all these animals around-- just to look at and play with? What possible work was there to do in a perfect paradise? In a few years, if they had not screwed up, they would have been fat and bored out of their blank slate minds. They would have had to invent drugs and internet porn, and gotten themselves kicked out anyway.
5)The new improved earthly paradise will require farming, to feed all the newly billions of resurrected people. The earth will have to support far more people than exist now on the planet, but there will be no death. Will new babies keep on being born indefinitely? Will we produce waste? Where will it go? What will be the energy sources? Will they produce pollution and waste? What happens when there are so many people that we are just standing around, shoulder to shoulder? Will we praise Jehovah that we each have one square foot of space?
6) If there is no death, there is no killing of animals. No meat, then. What do the carnivores eat? Do the animals keep on reproducing indefinitely, too? Do they produce waste? I hope you are starting to see some problems here with your smelly, crowded paradise.
7) Once you started talking about inventions and the need for medical science, you lost me completely. A godly paradise with eternal life, but the need for people to invent new things and develop medical advances seems a lot like, well, earth now. Only with nobody ever dying. So, we should bow down and worship god and believe all these silly things so god will create an earth like what we are creating already without god? Kinda like the way things are going with medical science well, now. Only way more crowded.
Sounds like it's worth the sacrifices to me.