I was never one for titles.
As for the overall video, it was at a great level of sophistication in every little detail you added. The exposition of the urban society throughout the movie gave depth to the storyline; showing rather than narrating the violent society Jazz lives in, and the constant conflict in the world around him, and how it parallels his inner struggle to find answers. The question he asks is evident of his thoughtful, almost philosophical nature that thirsts for knowledge, making him an interesting protagonist to follow.
And to answer that question:
If you're talking about the Christian God, you have to accept the concept of their God in His entirety. That is, it would be unfair to take an engine out of a car then complain about it not driving. In the same way, you acknowledged God's omniscience, but you neglected to mention his omnipotence-- his ability to do all things, even things beyond our comprehension. This allows him to do things such as defy paradoxes. Free will and an omniscient creator would be a paradox, so it may not be a satisfying answer, but it is the simplest truth- "He wills it and thus it is so."
I realize that I'm speaking to an atheist majority here, but I implore you to at least consider this perspective, since you are referring to a God that I presume isn't yours (yet, hopefully). Thanks for reading, for those who have read this far.
The graphics were smooth and effective, and the audio had simple intricacy-- made up of many individual details, yet they fit together to flow smoothly instead of sounding like bits chopped together like most action videos do (the city scenes were especially nice). Although, the voice overs were a bit scratchy, which didn't seem to do this great video justice-- perhaps invest in a high quality mic, because I'm sure there'll be demand for more episodes for quite a while. The style of animation was Samurai Champloo-esque; a style especially fitting for the storyline.
Overall, 10/10 5/5. I'd hope to see many more episodes in the future. I'll be waiting.