Actually, that says it all, doesn't it ...
Is there anything to add to these comments and if so, what?
The question of the identity of God
Creative Spirit of Man and God
The question "Why does God allow so much suffering in the world?" is related to the identity of "God," that is, the image that people have of God. This is a conception and therefore an inner, spiritual component. And just as man can put his knowledge, that is, his spirit into a program, so he himself attributes his own creative ability to a higher spiritual reality called "God."
The Spirit of God, the Spirit in Matter and Chat GPT
Chat GPT as a product of the human mind
Chat GPT's ("Chatty") answer to the question "Why does God allow so much suffering in the world?" is quite comprehensive. It is generated by a program created by the mind of man. This contains everything what the human consciousness has produced so or can at least access what is accessible in digital form, - and that is already very much! With it it can create nothing completely new, but it can work on what it finds, thus sort, rearrange and reshape.
Man as the product of the divine spirit
In contrast to the human consciousness (his spirit) the spirit of God as the all-embracing consciousness has unlimited creative powers. (From it the whole existence including the people is supposed to have originated finally).
Man, on the other hand, must struggle through in the limited material reality of separation ("here I, there YOU"; "I man, you woman"; "here the table, there the lamp ...").
The mythological life task of man, however, is to overcome this separation precisely in his limited reality in order to find the great, the whole. By uniting both in himself, spirit ("masculine") and living matter (body, resources, potential, "feminine") he achieves (divine) wholeness, fullness and eternal life. That is the goal.