I understand. Then the answer is the one I gave you already on reply #112:
In that case God made us with an infallible brain. I suppose it is evolution that "transformed" it as it is today. We don't have to remember every little details of every day. I believe that if we did, we wouldn't have enough matter to register it all.
Thanks for linking to the post. That is about the nicest thing I can say.
What you don't understand is what the implications of having an infallible or fallible brain are.
You also don't understand that the capability is already there in our brains to remember all of the little details of every day. It doesn't need to "have enough matter to register it all". It is already capable of registering it all. The way in which the brain makes neuronal connections in order to access memories though is flawed which leads to mistakes.
Your conclusions that "God" made us with an infallible brain and that our brains are now fallible due to evolution is pure speculation. You have no supporting evidence.
I don't need a reason for why our brains are fallible now, they just are. How our brains work now is the result of evolution, and the flaws are good example of the limitations of a natural process as opposed to a creater/designer "God", who if it had any interest in giving us free will would have given us the ability to make sound decisions based accurately on the information we're given. With a fallible brain, we can unknowingly be tricked into following the wrong religion and thus end up in "Hell".
As Anfauglir so clearly pointed out:
Option One: god created Adam with a fallible brain. Conclusion: god wanted man to have fallible brains.
Option Two: god created Adam with an infallible brain. Therefore, whatever decisions Adam took were perfectly correct, and exactly what god wanted him to do. If those 100% correct decisions then led to him changing to a fallible brain, then god must have intended that to happen all along.
Conclusion: god wanted us to have a fallible brain, whether we were originally created that way or not.
If you disagree, you need to show how an infallible brain, created by god, could lead to a fallible brain, without god intending that to be the case.
This is a serious problem for the existence of “God”.
If you believe that “God” exists, then you have to accept that “God” wants humans to be tricked into going to “Hell”. “God’s” existence doesn’t fit with reality. Well, at least the Judeo-Christian “God” anyway (and subsequently the Islamic “God” probably).