I read it and rejected it. As I said, I do not accept your definition of “good”.
2:18 in KJV says
“meet” means “mate” which refers to woman.
So why did God start by making animals first? If God knew that Adam wanted a female human, then why did He offer Adam aardvarks, armadillos and the rest instead?
If you said that about woman, that God was not good because now since woman had not been created that man was missing something and therefore was an imperfect, bad, creation, then we would have to say the same for each day that God took in creating everything. That is, that God was imperfect and bad from the first day of his creation since he had not created all of it in one split second, and so each new day of creation is a demonstration of how bad,imperfect, God is. Do you really think that?
I am pointing out that creation was not “perfect” before the Fall. It is only ever described as “good” , “very good” and “not good”. An allegedly perfect God made an imperfect creation, from the beginning. To me that implies a less than perfect God. God could have made Eve at the same time as Adam, He is omnipotent after all. Instead He chose a less than perfect method which resulted in the presence of “not good” in creation. God is not perfect right from the first chapters of Genesis as well as later during all the killings and massacres He causes.
It means that man’s unholy ways(sins) were in oposition to God’s perfect sanctity(goodness).
Since we are arguing about whether or not God is perfect and good, then you are merely assuming your conclusion here. A perfectly good God would not kill unborn babies en masse. That is the whole point of this thread, explaining why a ‘good’ God massacres so many people.