It's difficult at times to find a Christian with integrity. When a critical thinker points out that some of God's ways are unreasonable; the average Christian typically circles the wagons, i.e. they become defensive and judgmental; deceitfully concealing the unspeakable truth that they too have sometimes entertained the very same opinions.
Try answering the seven questions listed below with a straight up YES or a NO sans excuses, explanations, apologetics, sermons, accusations, recriminations, and/or canned responses. If your answers are too personal, then it's okay to remain silent, but keeping in mind that one day you may be required to stand before God and give an answer for yourself openly and honestly rather than secretly.
1» Was there ever a time when you felt that God should've stepped in to prevent the Serpent from tempting Eve?
2» Was there ever a time when you resented God's control over your life?
3» Was there ever a time when you were dissatisfied with Hades and/or the Lake Of Fire? In other words: was there a time when you felt those punishments go too far, i.e. they're over-kill; too extreme.
4» God knew in advance that He would regret creating humankind, and that He would be drowning most of it in a global deluge; yet went ahead and created people anyway. Has there ever been a time when you felt there was something sick and twisted about God for doing that?
5» Was there ever a time when you felt that some of God's actions were unreasonable, unfair, inhumane, selfish, cruel, and/or the work of a mad man?
6» Was there ever a time when you wished God didn't exist?
7» Was there ever a time when you regarded God as an enemy rather than a friend?
The questions themselves don't really matter all that much. What matters most is whether they're answered honestly; because in order to establish a productive rapport with God, people have to be transparent rather than secretive.
• Heb 4:13 . . Nothing in all creation is hidden from God's sight. Everything is uncovered and laid bare before the eyes of Him to whom we must give account.
• Rev 1:13-15 . . Among the lamp stands was someone like a son of man; dressed in a robe reaching down to his feet and with a golden sash around his chest . . . and his eyes were like blazing fire.