God Is Not To Blame
The fact is that God has zero culpability in this. He has given light and those who respond to the light receive more light.
The Bible says that God gives light to every man (John 1:9).
In the epistle to the church at Rome, Paul explained that God has given three types of light to mankind. (1) He has given the light of creation that we might know that there is a wise and powerful God (Romans 1:20). (2) He has given the light of conscience that we can know that there is a moral God (Romans 2:14-16). (3) He has given the light of prophecy and Scripture that we might know who this God is and might have a personal relationship with Him (Romans 3:1-2).
God has raised up prophets to the nations from the time of Abel to the present. “God has spoken by the mouth of all his holy prophets since the world began” (Acts 3:21), but God’s messengers have been ignored, ridiculed, persecuted, killed far more often than they have been honored and believed.
In the days of Solomon the kings of the earth heard the prophetic wisdom God had given him (1 Kings 4:34).
Jesus commanded His disciples to carry the gospel to every nation, and even by the end of the first century it was already preached in the Middle East, Asia, Africa, and Europe.
The whole Bible has been translated into every major language and portions thereof into more than 2,000 other languages.
The nations have heard, but they have not listened.
The nations will be condemned by the likes of the Ethiopian eunuch, the treasurer of that nation, who obtained a copy of the prophet Isaiah and sought Philip’s assistance in understanding it (Acts 8:26-39). When a man sincerely tries to comprehend the light he has, God will send him a Philip. God requires that men seek after Him, and promises to be found of those who do (Acts 17:26-27; Jeremiah 29:13; Luke 11:9; Hebrews 11:6).
It is not God’s fault that most people sit in darkness today.
Jesus said that men are condemned already by rejecting the light that they have (John 3:18-20).
“The foolishness of man perverteth his way: and his heart fretteth against the LORD” (Proverbs 19:3).