Let me try this with you one more time, "Norton." If God knows everything, even in advance of its happening, then it makes no sense that he would make Man, knowing already that Man would sin. Being "aggrieved" also makes no sense if God knew it would happen and when it would happen.<quoted text>
You have to read the whole concept. God was aggrived because of man's corruption and violence. He told Noah to build an ark for his family and to take 2 of each animal, etc. into the ark. You know the story. He gave man a free will and they sinned. Adam started the sin. We are all of Adam. He flooded the earth and said that he would never again destroy all living creatures. As long as the earth endures, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night will never cease. Because Adam sinned someone had to pay the price.......... and that was JESUS CHRIST, that died for our sins. You don't have to pay the price....... all you have to do is believe Jesus paid that price for you....
An old couplet: In Adam's fall, we sin-ned all! Since it can be argued that a person could live a sinless life, the religionists had to take care of that argument by creating "original sin," which catches everyone in that net.
We have all heard your story. But it makes NO sense that a God would make creatures who would "sin," if God dislikes sin and already knew that Man would sin.(Presumably including as "sinners" all the animals which he also killed in the Great Flood. GOD KILLED BAMBI, AND SHE HADN'T EVEN GOTTEN AROUND TO SINNING YET! Mean God! Shame! Shame!)
Incidentally, if (or when) the earth gets hit again with a meteorite the size of the one which created the Gulf of Mexico and killed most all of the dinosaurs and plants from the resultant debris in the air and blocking out the sun, it is quite possible that day and night could continue without any "seedtime and harvest."