There's a contradiction for you, BTW - number ten on this list of contradictions about the god that I compiled :
 An omniscient being that grants free will
 An omnipotent being incapable of being in the presence of sin
 A perfect being needing worship
 A perfect being that changes its mind, as with new laws and covenants
 A perfect being that makes mistakes or contradicts itself
 A perfect being that creates or alters anything
 A non-spacial being being omnipresent
 An all-loving, omnipotent being that allows suffering.
 A perfectly just being that punishes innocents like firstborns.
 A merciful being that damns without hope of forgiveness from hell.
 Anything existing, persisting, thinking or acting outside of time. Those words all imply an interval of time.
Then you don't accept the doctrine that man us endowed with free will? How does that comment relate to mine? If you reject free will, and accept a doctrine of absolute determinism, then there is no contradiction there.1. Its not really "free" free will if there are consequences and those consequences are redeemed at a price, which I am assuming there are if you are talking about Christians.
It's your god that we are told is unable to abide sin. I can, and so can you. Why is your god less capable than we are? And if he is, that contradicts the assertion that he is omnipotent.2. Is he incapable or are we incapable? IF he wants to be in some one's presence he can send the Holy Ghost to prepare and cleans the individual before he appears. God has appeared to imperfect men. See the story of Moses.
Then why create our world and us? Aren't we here for an audition for a part in heaven to worship the god? And if he doesn't need our worship, why reject us for failing to worship him?3. God doesn't need us or our worship, but we need him.