I hope we can now come back to the subject at hand. Our now fallible brain that wasn't when God created us. Or close the thread.
Okay. So god gave us free will. But he has also kept us ignorant. He created a world that looks to some like it was created by Vishnu and to others like it was created without the help of a god and to others that earth sits on top of a bunch of turtles (I'm not making that up). Freedom and ignorance cannot coexist.
This faith thingy he is so big on means that misconceptions, misunderstandings, whatever is considered "right" at the moment, and just plain old lies will influence people at least as much as their faith. Toss in power-tripping drug lords, militarized nation states, abusive fathers, Internet scammers and conspiracy theorists, and you end up with a world so full of crap and idiots that hardly anyone has a chance to sit around all day and be all faithy. Plus most of us have to work.
So your all-knowing deity made us full of defects, allowed us to create defective groups, societies and nations, and he hangs around up there continuing to demand that we just have a faith? Too much of the world is a miserable place andwe are busy destroying its environment, because on the whole, we humans have less common sense than a naked-mole rat. Yet we're supposed to solve all of this by a) believing in your super dude and b) picking the right way to believe in him. Got it.
And then most religious people insist that he loves us. He gave his son, etc. His only beloved son. Because apparently he got a vasectomy or something. But he has demonstrated only incompetence, not love, from day one. Literally. And yet you're impressed.
What you don't see is that every religion, including yours, is a human invention. And that's why they don't actually work. Other than getting masses of people to agree upon a specific delusion, that is. Our fallible brains are further fallified (I made up a new word! Tweet about it!) by learning about and believing falsehoods. Not only the religious ones, of course, but they don't help a bit.
The flaw of of the religious is their inability to realize that old, old stories are only of historical and anthropological and perhaps psychological interest. Otherwise, they are irrelevant and misleading. People who proclaim "Jesus really died for me!" are more likely to be on an ego trip than a religious journey (not that it really matters which) and hence they are doing the same thing Internet addicts do, wasting valuable time looking at religion's version of cat videos.
We have fallible brains. But they didn't come from your god or any other. They came from an evolutionary process that wasn't all that worried about the specifics as long as procreation was still possible. Of course the nearer we get to total global annihilation via war or pollution, the less evolution will work, but hey, the viruses and naked mole rats will survive, while your last words will probably be "Father, why have you forsaken me?"
You'll never get an answer unless you make one up. Like you and millions of others are doing right now.