What a theodicy!
The Abrahamic Books, to convince disbelievers and skeptics, try to prove "empirically" the goodness of the Creator: for instance the many utilities and benefits we get from Nature (fruits, rain, reasoning, ect...) is assumed to imply a ultimate Kidness and Mercy.
But at the same time, we can reply to this by using the problem of natural evil: disasters, sickness can imply a Malevolent God as well.
Some theists answered that:
since the Creator of the universe (#let's suppose there is one#) is above the Universe and alone (#let's suppose polytheism is wrong#), he isn't submitted to any moral laws, contrary to us, then we have no basis for judging Him wrong.
But you may object: "if we cannot judge the Creator wrong, then we cannot judge Him right, otherwise that's special pleading".
No! We can judge the Creator right and we have a reason: He is right because He abides by Himself. He perfectly obeys His Will. His will therefore becomes in human terms, His law. Unto His will, He is a blameless and perfect adherent. No special pleading here.
Are the reasonings in this theodicy sound?