Isn't borderline genocide seen as a sin?
Also if Noah was sinless, where did sin come from?
Through the lens of existentialism God is a creation of mans desperation, thus it can sin cause the creator can.
Ho ho ho, good one.
Ignoring the non-existence of god,
I think this question is silly. It projects the idea that god is actually a "thing" and does things that have some kind of moral dignity. If i did choose to believe in god, for a laugh or something, I certainly wouldn't suggest that he is bound to the same ties as us or even exists in the same realm of logic.... I'm sorry, I can't think of much else to say, I'm finding it extremely difficult to rationalise it and place god intro a context of moral analysis, there will always be the religious cop-out of saying stuff like "God is simply good, God is absolute and acts in mysterious ways" or something. I really don't know how you people do it, I'm getting a headache.
I'm trying to think of it in the equivalent of someone who has an ant farm then, for some reason, he doesn't want the ants to do certain ant-type things like, digging or reproducing. The punishment for doing them is to be thrown into a fire. The ants have a certain level of sentience, up to the point that they can talk to the person. One day they see the person digging a hole and having sex, the ants just flip out and start getting angry at the person. The person then turns to the ants and says, I can do what I want but, you can't, you're ants.
He has no rules, therefore he is limited by the rules of morality?
[Edited by Latiosmaster47, 3/30/2010 6:29:55 PM]