...Quite a lot about the problem of evil, and the various theodicies which attempt to explain the existence of a benevolent and omnipresent deity and the existence of evil in the world.
Of course as an Omega Point Mathematical Fundamentalist expressed through syncretic classical pantheism I do not have the problem of evil. In a multiverse where every possible quantum event has/is/will occur(ed) all of this is necessary, alas. But most classical theodicies regard free-will as the important factor in the problem of evil. But there are other, non-moral avenues of expressing free-will without evil, pain or suffering. Aesthetics, for example; what colour should it be? We can exercise free will without there needing to be a requirement for a moral choice.
I've said it before; when all the physical questions of the universe are solved there will still exist the moral questions. And when we have sorted them there will still be the wallpaper to argue over. So if this place is a test of free will it's rather poorly constructed from a moral position. You can test free will without pain. There are duties which creators have to their creations. As an artist who has usurped the creative principle from the prime mover, I know this without being able to explain it.
I will hold my gods to account. Just as I will hold my governments to account too; and myself. I guess that puts me in the Devil's camp; excepting I detest and despise all the works of evil.