1). God sort of created evil, he created us and he created us with free will. We abused that free will and sin and evil is what we got from it. Everything is justified on Earth by what we will receive in heaven. 2). I used to think the same way about evil, but then I realized evil doesn't disprove God, it proves him. If we were robots that only think and act because some chemicals cause us to we wouldn't have a free will and thought, which creates eveil. 3). I think it was the purpose to test all of us, yes. He created the serpent, the serpent I don't think was intended for evil, I'm not really sure what the purpose woudl be for that. 4) Well I think if God is the mark of greatness, then everything else wouldn't be close, therefore everything is evil. 5) I think of evil as more of a test you must pass to receive the fruits and gifts of God. God didn't get crucified, Jesus did. I'm pretty sure God will not have a human body. I don't know what all the drama was for.. but I think it might have been in your question, to save men.. I think that very thing gave us more of an incentive to choose between good and evil.. and to answer all of this, the Bible does say the more opposition you face and the more tests you receive of your faith that you pass and still remain faithful you will receive more rewards in heaven, and since heaven or hell would be everyone's final destination, the big picture you should be focusing on is heaven and what you will receive in heaven and what you can be in heaven, not the judgment and the tests and the sin of this world because that is all smoke and mirrors.