Well, here is one more thing for you to consider:
How do YOU know that God intervening in that tsunami would not have been the cause of anothers' death? Not necessarily from a physical reaction (but possibly)... and not from those who died in the tsunami at some later date who might later kill someone else... but from a human reaction to God having stopped that tsunami? (for whatever reason, use your imagination) Or even from the fear and panic caused by being confronted with the undeniable existence of God... but yet not knowing God, and so fearing Him and being terrified?
You don't know what the results might be to the opposite of what happens.
I also thought that was a good example, Pelicanbeach. One other aspect to that story that is food for thought: Lazarus now had to go into hiding because men were trying to kill him, because Christ raised him from the dead. Some people might rather simply wait for the resurrection than face that and worse.
To others ... assume the worst if you want, any of you who do want. You have the free will to make that assumption.
But to have the example of being given life to begin with... of being promised eternal life on top of that... and the many examples of Christ healing the sick, feeding the poor, giving his life, bringing people back from the dead all out of love (and Christ is the reflection of His Father)... well, these things ought to give you pause in your condemnation. Because your assumption and condemnation just doesn't make any sense in light of these truths. A monstrous god (as Cofty describes what he does not know) does not give life or attempt to help, guide, serve, heal, save, etc, man, including those who so often reject Him.
Peace to you,