First of all, you're not smitten yet. And God didn't just say "fuck this guy." Instead, as I was reading this thread while leisurely crapping on the toilet Saturday morning, He told me to finish my business early and sent me to write a friendly post to you.
As a critical thinker, I'm sure you'll agree that assumptions can be wrong, but assumptions aren't limited to simple statements. An "X implies Y" kind of statement can also be an assumption that needs to be examined closely. In your case, "If you made me in your image, then you made me capable of understanding your reasons" is unfortunately a faulty assumption.
Being made in God's image means that you do enjoy certain birth rights, such as if someone kills you, God will punish them. Nobody has the right to kill others who are made in his image, for He says "vengeance is mine, I will repay." God also commands us to "Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another" and "whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me" exactly because people are made in God's image regardless of their status or wealth. If you love people, you love God. (It is true there are Christians who don't understand this. If you know anyone like that, please tell them what I just said.)
Being made in God's image doesn't mean you acquire the ability to think like God. In Genesis, Eve and Adam ate the fruit from the tree of "knowledge of good and evil" which gave them the knowledge but not the ability to cope with them. That's why the mankind ancestor fell.
If anything, I wish that you will come humbly to God and pray that he will grant you the critical thinking ability. It is exactly critical thinking that brought me to Him.