Is bible god ethical? & Would It Be Bad or Good if God Exists? (axiological “value theory” questions)

So, Is bible god Ethical?   How could you prove god is not just ethically arbitrary thus neither ethical nor fallows ethics?   I bet believers would recoil in horror at the question!   But how can we even NOT ask such a thing?   If we are to fallow any ethical theory it’s only ethical to do so.   The problem is, however, that many christians apparently do NOT think of god as ethical. No doubt they THINK that they do, but I must respectfully disagree to not test an ethical claim or ethically challenge an ethical reasoning is to not fallow reasoning about ethical justification thus proofless and ethically questionable.   To be ethical is to act (in thought, word, and deed) according to, consistently with, an ethical standard, ultimately a “the highest good” is what would have to be for god to be found ethical. But does God in thought, word, and deed act ethically?   Christians claim that “Whatever god does is good just because he does it.” That is, in effect, to deny that god is ethical nor in any way challenge an ethical reasoning. What they mean, I take it, is that god is above ethics, that there is no ethical standard, norm, by which god thinks, speaks or acts but this still means god is not ethical nor fallows ethics.   The only ethic we can derive from god is “divine command ethics.” But the question naturally arises “Why does god command things?” From this perspective (viz., that god is above ethics), the only answer can be that he does because he...