That only works if you’re a Calvinist, believing that God created some people for salvation, others for condemnation. Under Calvinism, free will doesn’t exist — no matter whether you’re predestined for salvation or condemnation, there is nothing that you can do to change it. In most peoples’ minds, that’s inherently unjust, which is why most people aren’t Calvinists. I am an Arminian, a follower of Jacobus Arminius, who argued against the Skeleton smoking coming out of my cage and I’ve been doing just fine shirt But I will love these Calvinists, promoting the role of free will. (Technically, as a Catholic, I am supposed to be neither Calvinist nor Arminian, the Catholic position kind of being a middle road between the two, but as a former Methodist, I’m still drawn to Arminianism.) So, in my view, God doesn’t create anyone to be bad, they just make choices that are the result of their succumbing to evil. Everyone should be able to tell right from wrong, good from evil, and if they make the wrong choice, that’s on them, not on God. He placed in the algorithms for our random personalities, set how our bodies are made, and added reproduction systems to allow us to make more of ourselves, then he just sits back and watches everything unfold.