God is not a murderer.
Why would he kill? How would he kill?
If God created humans, then humans are God's invention. God would be some psycho to destroy his own creations.
I think maybe this question is akin to asking:
Why do people die here if god is so good?
Why would people want to not die? Nature keeps us in check.
Your question does not make any sense to me, could you please explain?
Does God's "goodness", or lack of, give people longer lives?
I would have to say no, because inherent in almost all people's views who believe in god believe in his goodness. When innocent folk are smitten, it is possible they're ending up somewhere far more enjoyable than our planet earth and world and time. But it does seem very unfair too, when a murderer lives but the child he killed obviously wasn't given that right.
I am having a hard time understanding you, man. Why would you propose the bold faced sentence in the above quote, then say the quote below?
Also, for this discussion, I propose we might all acknowledge that we know nothing of the afterlife.