I don’t know what you mean by ‘go further along the same lines’.But you gave one example earlier, you would stop and/or not allow cancer. I think you would also go further along the same lines, given the chance.
I’m not aware I’ve shown any hesitation. I know no such thing, and neither does anyone, when you think about it.The reason you're uming and ahing about this as far as God is concerned, is that you know God not doing anything about these things puts Him in a bad light and goes against your idea of what God's about.
I don’t know what you mean by either of these sentences.You're bending over backwards. An omnipotent God would not be so restrained as you make out.
There’s little to explain: if God exists, then since he is by definition perfectly good, he must possess morally sufficient reasons to permit evil. The question is rather whether he exists.Can you explain that, because I don't see how you can know it.
On that point, what is your argument to the effect that evil shows, or suggests, that God doesn’t exist?