-Do you know anything about the Hebrew and Greek words that are translated hell in some versions of the Bible?
-Do you know what the Bible says about the condition of the dead?
Yes, I know many Christians don't believe in Hell, but there are many more that do, including, possibly, muddy's boss, which is who this thread was about initially, not you.
-Did God know for sure that his human creation would rebel?
He's motherfuckin God. The entire concept of a single, personal god means he is all-powerful and all-knowing.
-Can you prove that idea is even from the Bible?
-Say what? Very poor illustration. It would no more be justifiable to beat a pycopath in the way you mention then iit would be justifiable to torture some one, any livng thing for eternity.-
You're missing the point-- Christians who believe in Hell DO believe it's justifiable to torture someone for eternity.
Nice emotional appeal. Which "acts" are you talking about might be genacide or war crime.
*Battle of Jericho-- God commanded Joshua directly in the battle. The result was the destruction of every living thing in the city other than Rahab's family (because they harbored Joshua's spies).
*Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. Everyone in the cities but Lot and his family killed by God. His wife turned into a pillar of salt simply for disobeying God's command not to look back, then Lot's daughters spent his remaining years keeping him drunk so they could rape him. Lovely story.
*The Great Flood. Everyone on Earth but Noah and his peeps killed by God.
*Plagues of Egypt. God collectively punishes the entire people of Egypt for Pharaoh's treatment of the Jews, most disgustingly by killing the first born children of every Egyptian household, save the Jews.
*Exodus 32:27-28. God orders Moses et al to slaughter 3,000 people on one day for worshiping the golden calf.
*Numbers 31. God commands Moses to make war on the Midanites, and Moses commands his soldiers to kill everyone, women and children included, and burn down their homes-- except for the virgin women, over 32,000 of which were taken as sex slaves, then, of all the war booty (including the virgin girls), God is given a "cut" like a Mafia Don.
That's just a few. There's more.
Most civilized peoples have a system of innocent until proven guilt.
Actually that's only true of the common law countries (the UK and its former imperial holdings)-- in Continental Europe and most of the rest of the world, the civil law is used, which does not include such a jurisprudential principle as "innocent until proven guilty"
So I would think the proof is on you if you would like to prove God guilty of war crimes.
It's not, but I provided it above all the same. The only way you could possibly refute it is by asserting very large portions of the Old Testament were not the inspired word of God, but rather fictional accounts written by people who were, in effect, slandering God and his prophets.