Perry, your not solving the problem, just shifting it around. Lets say we have two ways to be a "god" (the losest definition of the word).
God1: The God you describe. This is a being so powerfull he can not only create a universe, whatever he deside to do or order us to do is, per definition, good.
God2: This is a lesser being; he can destroy cities, flood the earth, create life - a powerfull being, but if he says its okay to go out and fuck a child, it would still be something we had the right to object against, and call him a dick for telling us to do such a thing (instead of God1, who can just snap his fingers and it will, per definition, be a good deed, and all who object deserve death).
Now, the bible describe a character who claim to be a God1, but we really cant know if he is a God1, or just a dishonest God2 with an odd sence of humor. How do we make that judgement?