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. Exactly. You have the answer. We have fallible brains. But weren't created with one. Sin and evolution made them fallible.
I see what you did there. Twisted everything around to try making my words fit your agenda. That was cute. Do you know any other tricks? Can you fetch sticks for jesus?
I shall rephrase it so that you can't possibly twist the words around.
There are no gods of any sort. Our brains evolved, along side our social selves. Our fallibility, if you must use that word, comes from the fact that we humans are neither perfect nor identical. Too, we control far too little of our biology or our environment or our bodies to get it right even if our brains were not fallible. But that fallibility, that shortcoming, is natural, inherent, built in, and absofrickin'lootly natural. No gods were involved with making us or letting us become less than that perfection you think we all should aspire to. Nor were any satan's involved. The reason we're not capable of the perfection you imagine is not sin, but because though our fallible brains are capable of imagining better worlds, better people, better realities, there is nothing in our biology or our social structure available to make it happen. None of those imagined perfect places/situations are attainable. Not only because it is inherent impossible, but too because people (not satan) are involved, and the odds of getting six or seven billion people to agree on anything long enough to get a smile on each and every face is so far below zero I'm not even sure of mathematics has a name for the number.
The religious want to violate each and every law of both physics and society, as they try to redefine what reality should be and then sit around and cry because we haven't attained it. Apparently the more religious a person is, the less they are willing to take the real world into account. So when bad stuff happens, rather than facing the truth, you guys go jerk a fake satan out of the closet, point at him, and say it is all his fault, and of course, also the fault of all who you falsely claim are in the closet with him. And that makes more sense to you than naturally occurring psychopaths and earthquakes and rattlesnakes and disease bearing insects.
The reason you are doomed to failure on this site, the reason you aren't going to be converting anyone here, is because I'm pretty sure none of us are as able as you to set aside the brain cells used for thinking, nor can we active the ones required for living only in a land of fantasy.
The radically religious in the world, be it you or a jew or a muslim or a JW or a mormon, live every moment thinking that if only the rest of the world knew what you did, the planet would suddenly become a wondrous, eden-like place, albeit with great broadband service. Evil would disappear so fast we'd forget what we used to call it, and the biggest problem, at least from the catholic point of view, would be that there would be less need for the clergy because there would be nothing to confess about.
Nope, nothing even close to that is possible, and ironically, one of the more blatant reasons it isn't is because of religion, which divides, subjugates, oppresses, blames, punishes and otherwise makes sure that most of us have a lot of bad days. Yes, there are other ways to muck up the planet as well, so I'm not saying you guys have a monopoly or anything, but you sure don't help the situation by pretending to have all the answers.
Twist my words all you want. That won't make your untrue reality any more accurate. Don't ask me to toss out my reality and join yours, because, um, you're isn't an actual reality. That's why you have to twist my words. Your own convey no useful information.