In his TV series "Inventions That Changed The World" - specifically the episode on Guns - Jeremy Clarkson said that if you have a gun 'You win every argument'.
You certainly have the power of life and death over others, just like God.
...but then, no guns are required to decide who ultimately lives and dies, just like God. Just ask Timothy McVeigh:
'To these people in Oklahoma who have lost a loved one, I'm sorry but it happens every day. You're not the first mother to lose a kid, or the first grandparent to lose a grandson or a granddaughter. It happens every day, somewhere in the world. I'm not going to go into that courtroom, curl into a fetal ball and cry just because the victims want me to do that.'
Amongst the 168 people he murdered via that bomb outside the Alfred P. Murrah building in Oklahoma City, were 19 children.
...because of course, whatever God commands is absolutely moral because God himself is the absolute standard for good. In fact, if God really did command to do something, such as kill babies, then it would be immoral not to do it. And on what basis do you have to disagree with this atrocity outside of mere 'opinion', o Josef (Mengele)...?
As Jeremy Clarkson says about Guns; the same can be said about bombs. What's your 'God of Love's excuse, re. 'morals'?
What does that 6th Commandment say, J? Paradoxes can be such bitches when they want to be. Then you wonder why those 'Commandments' aren't allowed outside courtrooms in the US?!