In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Few days later He created other things, like day and night, and finally He made man in His own image and likeness. After the creation, God saw everything was good. He confirmed it Himself and was satisfied with his works. All was perfect, no error. Fast-forward to genesis 6:6. One of His creations (man) disappointed and He regretted creating man. Which suggests that all he created wasn't really as good as He thought. He wished he didn't create man. The confusion here is that, God knows the end from the beginning. He knows every area in our lives we'd ever with. He's not a proponent of regrets. Regrets come only after an error had occurred. I believe, God should know Adam would eventually mess up. He sees ahead of time. Could someone help demystify this?