God knowing our tendencies does not in anyway force us to choose in accord to His knowledge.
Though God has said that the atheist is evil, [He] gave his one and only Son Jesus to die for the sins of all humanity.
Jesus had said to his disciples, “Did I not choose you, the twelve, and one of you is a devil?” (John 6:70, NKJV) Does this mean Judas was destined to betray Jesus?
God said to Moses, “If [Mirriam's] father had spat in her face, wouldn’t she be ostracized for seven days? Quarantine her outside the camp for seven days,” (Numbers 12:14, Mess.). Does this mean that God approves that fathers can spit on the faces of their daughters?
The Bible says that Jesus reprimanded Peter, saying, “Get away from me, Satan!” (Mark 8:33, NLT). Was Jesus calling Peter “Satan”?
The Bible says, “[God] blots out [our] transgressions,” (Isaiah 45:25, NKJV). But Jesus said to the paralytic, “you may know that the Son of Man has power on earth to forgive sins,” (Mark 2:10, NKJV). Can Jesus really do this?
The Bible says that a man came to Jesus and called him, "Good Teacher," (Matthew 19:16, NKJV). But Jesus asked him why he called him good. (Matthew 19:17). Is Jesus denying his deity here?
Speaking to the Corinthians, the apostle Paul says he is jealous for them with "godly jealousy," (2 Corinthians 11:2, NKJV). How is this possible?
The Bible says that you will find disorder and evil from jealousy (James 3:16, NLT). Does this mean that no jealousy is good?
God is perfect. Moses in the OT says, “He is the Rock, His works are perfect,” (Deuteronomy 32:4). In the NT, Jesus himself says, “Your heavenly father is perfect,” (Matt 5:48). So we may ask, “Who then created sin?”