Why would an all-knowing god place a useless tree in his “paradise” and then prohibits his creation from eating its fruit? Is it a willful act from a perfect god or is it an unforeseen error from an omnipotent god? Did god fail to account that the population will grow and eventually, someone might disobey him and eat the forbidden fruit? Or did god put so much trust to his perfect creation that even if their population will rise, no one would dare to disobey their almighty god. But we learned that his the first generation of his creation disobeyed him. If his creation imperfect, Then that perfect god should also share this imperfection?
Either god put the tree on purpose to tempt us, making him an evil god, or he miscalculated his creation, making him an imperfect god.