Isaiah 45:7 I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the LORD do all these things.
The word "evil" is the Hebrew ? ra
. The sense of the word is "calamity" and is translated so in new translations. Keep in mind that 1611 KJV English often uses the same words that we use but with different meanings (eg. meat doesn't mean "steak, chicken, pork, or fish" back then)
7451a. ??? ra (948a); from the same as 7455; bad, evil:—bad(23), bad*(2), badly(1), deadly(1), defamed*(1), defames*(1), defect*(1), destroying(1), displease*(1), displeased(1), displeasing(1), distressing(1), evil(124), evil man(3), evil men(4), evil things(4), evildoer(1), evildoers*(1), evils(1), great(1), grievous(4), harm*(1), harmful(3), man(1), miserable(1), misfortune*(1), sad(4), selfish*(1), serious(1), severe(2), sore(2), threats*(1), treacherous(1), trouble*(1), troubled(1), ugly(6), unpleasant(1), what is evil(2), what was evil(5), which is evil(3), wicked(15), wicked women(1), wild(5), worst(1), wretched(1).
Robert L. Thomas, New American Standard Hebrew-Aramaic and Greek Dictionaries : Updated Edition (Anaheim: Foundation Publications, Inc., 1998).
Amos 3:6 Shall a trumpet be blown in the city, and the people not be afraid? shall there be evil in a city, and the LORD hath not done it?
Evil here is the same Hebrew word but translated as "disaster" in newer translations. Even the KJV would translate the same word in different variations depending on the context around it.
But please, do not tell us that Yahweh has not an easily-discernible, evil aspect to Him.
If you see God as evil, then it is because He does not play by your rules.