Theodicy from belonging
I've heard some believers claiming; in an attempt to justify the existence of suffering in Nature and God;
when you own something, you have the right to do anyhting with it, so it's the same with God:
since everything and everyone belong to their ultimate creator God (let's admit this premise for the sake of the argument),
then He has the right to do anything He wants with them
whatever the consequences are for them;
Thus the fact God created earthquakes, tsunamis, horrible sickness, and so on... doesn't undermine God's infinite goodness.
For instance, it's as if a bike was calling his owner a tyrant because the latter decided to saw it to make a flute from it.
I don't know why, but i've the impression there is something strange with that argument,
what is your opinion about it?