It is a difficult thing for people to evaulate the justice of a God. The very implication of being a God is a sign of superiority over people in some sense. In polytheistic societies Gods may be assumed to have limited powers and wisdom, and as such may be judged by alternative standards. Under the assumption of an all-wise and powerful God, the perspective of the observer is important.
The Bible displays many aspects of the Justice of God, including some that can make people uncomfortable. The following sections attempt to address why this happens, and how it should be interpreted.