This gets lost in the shuffle here sometimes. It's interesting to talk about god/s being evil for their various traits (as defined by the believers). But the trap is that sometimes people think that these discussions are WHY I/we don't believe in god.
For the record: my disbelief has nothing to do with how evil or petty or fallible your particular version of god seems to be. It has nothing to do with how silly your religious text is, or how full of inconsistencies and outright contradictions it is. It has nothing to do with the mistakes made by its clergy, or the hypocrisy of its followers. It isn't because I'm angry, or sad, or hateful, even when I am those things. I'm not punishing my parents, or trying to be a rebel. It's not because I like sleeping in on Sundays.
My disbelief comes from one thing, and one thing only: there is insufficient evidence for me to take the god hypothesis seriously. Until such evidence is uncovered, I am quite satisfied that 'god does not exist' is the most reasonable answer to that hypothesis.
And that's it.
So even if someone came up with a stunning logical answer to the problem of evil, or answered every contradiction in the bible, it wouldn't matter. All that would do is move religion from the category of bad fiction into the category of good fiction.