Is morality intertwined with the nature of God, or did he create it along with the universe? Did he ever think to himself "Now I'm going to make a list of things they're not allowed to do or think"? As God cannot sin, is that not a limiting factor of his omnipotence?
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Morality, the distinction between right and wrong (good and evil) appears to be inherent with God’s nature.
Morality was not to be independently determined by man, but relationally shared through God. Notice Satan speaks of "gods" knowing good and evil vs. God knowing good and evil.