- God created everything, including people;
- People did stuff they shouldn't have and that made God upset;
- God set-up a place for people who make him miffed, and it is called 'Hell' (there's all sorts of unimaginably horrific torture that goes on without end in Hell);
- God wants to forgive everyone for not only doing irksome things themselves, but also for inheriting the irksomeness of the first people to ruffle God's feathers, as it were;
Nope. Sorry. I don't buy it. If the Christian message holds true, then Christ shouldered the burden of everyone else's sins. That leaves everyone else standing on their own two feet, not taking on myriad generations of others misgivings. That also means that if God created everyone sick, and demands that they be well, then there's no point in condemning them for the state he created them in. Why bother creating anyone in the first place just to condemn them if they don't recognise their malady?
That is the message of a capricious and malevolent deity.
I think God's a little better than that. If I can think of a more moral outcome to being a little spiritually daft, then I'm sure God must be slightly ahead of regular human morality, no?