I guess I just out and out can't fathom the mindset which can, on the one hand, hold that the infinite torture of any human (or animal, for that matter) is a horrible thing, but then turn around and somehow claim that it becomes a good thing when it is done by god.
There has to be some sort of huge disconnect in a mind which could manage to hold those two thoughts at the same time without blowing up, it seems. How do you even do it? How do you just turn off the idea of eternal agony as something no loving, or even remotely sane mind could inflict upon a sentient being? How do you manage to shrug it off as fair, just and, by very definition "good" when inflicted by god? How can you go through this thought process without ever coming to the conclusion that there is something less than perfect about this deity? How?