There is only one God who created man and the universe. He loves us all and only wants a loving relationship with each of us.
So what's stopping him?
He created a perfect atmosphere for Adam and Eve and had a perfect relationship with them until they severely damaged that relationship by sinning in the form of disobeying God.
This created a separation from God for all future generations.
If so, then it's only because he wanted things to be that way. (Remember, he's omnipotent; it isn't even possible for something to be any way other than the way he wants it.)
And by the way, why are so many billions of people being penalized because two people ate a piece of fruit? Even if you hold that eating fruit is evil, shouldn't the only people who get punished for it be the ones who actually eat the fruit?
In order to restore that relationship God sent His only Son Jesus Christ to die on the cross for our sins.
Why? Why didn't he just use "Cosmic White Out" or something and erase the mistake that Adam and Eve had made? Remember, again: talking about an omnipotent being, here.
On the third day Jesus rose from the dead and appeared to about 500 different people over 40 days.
God's only requirement for restoration and eternal life (as Jesus experienced as the first example and proof of what we can expect) is that we believe that He sent His only Son to die for our sins in our heart of hearts.
Why have a requirement at all?
In order to give no one an excuse, He gave us the Bible, personal testimonies, our conscience, the obvious proof of creation, and periodically exposing most of us to the Gospel throughout out our lives.
Obviously, there are excuses. The bible does not emanate any kind of divine influence or inspiration, personal testimonies are meaningless, conscience is largely a product of evolution, there is no evidence that the universe was created, and as far as reading the gospels go, well... it may interest you to know that when I finally sat down and read the entire bible cover-to-cover last year, it served only to cement my rejection of Christianity. If what you're saying is true, that shouldn't even be possible, should it?
For the people who choose not to believe He will simply respect the decision we made here on Earth and allow us to continue on to hell.
You cannot "choose to believe" something. (If you doubt this, try "choosing to believe" that I have a pet unicorn in my closet.) That being the case, Yahweh's salvation test is even more unjust than it would appear at first glance.
I'm begging each of you from the bottom of my heart to continue searching for truth in this world. Track it down, never stop researching. Keep an open mind to everything until it's proven impossible to you personally. If you do this with an open mind you will end up at the cross as I did.
Most of the regulars here are former Christians, and they weren't casual about it. They came to their atheism largely by pursuing the tracking and researching and open-mindedness that you are begging them to embrace. Just saying.
May the peace of Christ rule in your hearts!
Please do not say things like this. Most of us are uncomfortable with it at best and highly offended by it at worst.