Why not? Before we are created, we are innocent. We are even free of the “original sin”, which is one of the most nonsensical ideas of Christianity. But “deserve” has nothing to do with agape. God allegedly loves everyone to the same degree. Too bad that this alleged love does not manifest itself in actions.
Present the URL, and we can discuss it. A very short explanation: “A loving creator would never allow unnecessary, gratuitous suffering.” And since we, humans can already prevent a lot of suffering which God allowed and/or directly caused, those sufferings are gratuitous - by definition, because God could get rid of them. (If we can, then God could do it as well.)
Because we are both social animals and individuals. This is simple biology. Don’t forget that “morality” is based upon biology. If killing would be a simple reversible process, it would not be considered a serious offense. As individuals we might try to maximize our own well being, even at the expense of others. And maybe we might even get away with it - at least for a while. But that is a stupid survival strategy. (You need to study game theory for the mathematical foundation.) The simple reason becomes obvious when the “proverbial substance” hits the fan, and we need help from others. It is a good idea to spread the good will, and count of the principle of reciprocity - without any reference to some God.
That might be your opinion. But I see a lot of problems with this. First of all, we certainly lack the power to deal with ALL the problems, and God does not come to the rescue even when we do our best - but still are powerless.
Not true. This world is the result of an inferior “design” (or lack of design). The only one who rightfully gets blamed (or praised?) is the designer. (If such a designer exists at all, and that is very far from being proven.) Remember, praise and blame must always be directed to the one, who has the knowledge and the power to do something about it.
Ah… almost forgot. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your loved ones, too.