None of that affects what I've said in any way. If God is a part of nature then he isn't God, and if he is separate from it, his views are still subjective and his divinity self-declared. He would only have opinions. As for nature, it can't determine right or wrong, good or evil, only what works best. That's not the same. God is not the perfect judge because God is either a slave to nature like us or just some cocky being that decided he knew best despite the lack of an absolute authority behind him.
Human beings have not transcended to some level of moral comprehension that now somehow governs our actions through a knowledge of "right" and "wrong." except for the "right" and "wrong" that a) God whimsically declared or b) that our instincts deemed most beneficial to survival. In the latter case "morality" is a survival mechanism, not a passage to God. if it's the former, then "morality" is just a list of silly rules that don't really mean anything.
Exactly. Subjective, AKA worthless.
Well, I already assumed he would be smarter than us, but that doesn't change the fact that he's either a self-anointed king, or a lowly by-product of nature like us. Either way, good and evil and right and wrong do not come from him, at least not in the form of absolute standards.
Either way, the compass is void of meaning. As always God either threw a dart at the board and made a decision, or nature molded her creations a guide to survival, not to enlightenment.