In polytheistic religions you often have a God or Gods who represent forces that we see in life, and you typically see some sort of duality between good and evil as a result.
Monotheism in contrast has a problem - if there is only one God then good AND evil presumably come from that one God - or you need some fancy footwork to explain why that isn’t the case.
The bible says a lot of things, and we can all quite selectively to back a particular arguement.
On the o e hand you have Christ saying “whoever has seen me has seen the Father” and yet in the other hand you have God wagering with Satan that Satan can’t get Job to curse God - and I. So doing unleashing a huge amount of tragedy into Job’s life - ostensibly to prove how great God is. In many other parts of the Bible you have Paul or God saying that He deliberately sends troubles to not just the wicked but also his followers.
Things are further complicated by the fact that God retains the ability and right to act unilaterally if he wishes (the Flood for example). So if God CAN act, why doesn’t he act more frequently?
This might sound academic to us as we try to digest too much Christmas turkey, but to a 3 year old orphan in Yemen who is dying of hunger and dysentery its a very real question.
It’s deeply confusing and one of the hardest things to accept is that when you have seen Jesus you have seen the Father. So much so that an extremely erudite Rabb friend of mine genuinely thinks that Christianity is a polytheistic religion given the enormous differences between the members of the trinity.