So Mr Fry, you are judge, jury and executioner for God because some people get cancer, or illness; because God allows suffering. I am reminded of your character Melchet sentencing Blackadder to death for killing his favourite pigeon.
You assume that God can do anything and so he must be able to prevent all cancer and suffering, and therefore He must be evil to allow it. What trivial thinking from a man purported to be intelligent. What arrogance to presume to be worthy to judge.
Can God make a square circle? Of course not, and it’s silly to suggest that he can.
Can God make a universe that spawns intelligent, purposeful life without any pain or discomfort? Of course not, and it’s silly to suggest that he can.
So should God not have bothered?
Would you, Mr Fry, rather live, love and die with pain in your life or not live at all? You have a choice, and your daily choice seems to be continue to live.
Whenever you get into a car Mr Fry, you risk running over an innocent child, inflicting anguish on their parents. You cause actual damage to the ecosystem of the planet, and consequential pain and suffering in those less privileged than yourself. You choose to damage your fellow human beings when you actually do have an alternative.
You convict God for allowing suffering, should you not be lambasting the Ford motor company for creating machines that cause such carnage? It is impossible to make a car that does not risk causing death and damage to the planet, yet we all choose the benefit and accept the consequence.
Do you not feel a hint of hypocrisy in living as you do and yet criticising the one who has given you the opportunity?