The illusions of duality exist to make the game God has created, fun for himself. Divided amongst infinite expressions in a free will universe God is free to play both the hero and the villain, the greatest good and the darkest evil. In this manner God not only can explore all possibility but embrace it to the fullest.
In the game of good vs evil, to make the game challenging on both sides God plays against the only equal opponent, himself. As God plays the side of Love and Light he plays off the forces of order and creation. In this role God fully embraces the free will of all, through a love of the game and everything within it, moving with the intent of constructing a universe in tune with the highest vibrations and lowest entropy. But as God plays the side of Darkness and Evil he plays off the forces chaos and destruction. In this role God embraces the free will of self, and tests himself against his own creation. But both incarnations of God live for and find ultimate beauty in creation as they are truly of one consciousness.
But why create the divide in the first place? Imagine how boring the game of creation would be if everything were predictable, there were no surprises, no risks of loss, challenges to overcome, or problems to solve? The incarnation of love and light is God when he wants to play the problem solver. But solving problems alone can get boring, so God also likes to create problems, and this is the incarnation of the chaotic “evil”. Not bound by the constraint of time or space God plays out his game throughout eternity, ensuring all sides are equally matched, and the game never becomes predictable.