If I was God, I would be present on the earth and lovingly guide and spend time with my creation. This would especially be the case with humanity.
We all probably have heard of instances in which a parent or parents kicked out a child from their home after the child committed some offense that was abhorrent to the parent(s). Most of us are appalled when we hear such stories. We ask ourselves, as we wonder in astonishment, "What loving parent would do such a thing? That is way too excessive! That is poor parenting."
Yes, indeed it is, but isn't it the very thing that the bible God(s) did to Adam and Eve? He lost control and angrily threw them out of the pleasant garden that was their home that provided all their needs. All the blame goes on Adam and Eve, and they were thrown out into the cold and harsh wilderness. Not at any point have we ever asked ourselves what blame God should bear for this unruly behavior.
Not only was God unforgiving of Adam and Eve's supposed transgression, but where the hell was he to begin with? Why the hell did he fail to do a better job of preventing Adam and Eve finding trouble in the first place? Why, he's the one who set up the trap! And then he kicked them out.
Thereafter he continued to stay away. He continued in his hard-heartedness, never softening and deciding to forgive, never tracking Adam and Eve down and inviting them back, never apologizing for such excessive punitive behavior and neglectfulness. He has continued to be the absent parent and to allow chaos to run rampant. He's left it up to the very species with which he found fault in the first place to pass on supposed guidance as how to live and has left it up to them to convince fellow species members to believe it all. He won't bother to come down here himself and lovingly straighten it all out, forgive, and go about things a better way. Maybe he's in his abode, drinking himself into a stupor.
This has been #4 in the "If I Was God..." series.