1. Personal responsibility. You created us, or allowed our emergent evolution, as fallible creatures with limited ability to understand the universe. You set us up for failure. An adult would recognize this mistake and take steps to rectify it as quickly as possible, with as little suffering as possible. Is god an adult?
2. Empathy. No matter how small our portion of self awareness may be compared to that of a god's, we are never the less capable of subjective experience. Very simple, naturally occuring morality demands empathy be a guide for how we treat others. Given god has far less limitation and frailties, I would expect any extant deity to understand this very simple concept and carry it out in a manner befitting of his awesome intellect. Is god intelligent?
3. Mercy. Those with much are expected to shoulder greater responsibility for their impact on society. It takes a great deal of infrastructure to make a rich CEO, and that CEO is thus expected to pay their fair share, commensurate to their impact on said infrastructure. This world buckles under the pressure mankind is forced to deal with in tending to his natural needs, his desires, and what he knows is right. Many people are born into weak positions, biologically and economically, in which they cannot reasonably be expected to carry their own weight. In a society, our ability to be merciful is dramatically limited by our economy, but god is privileged with infinite economy. One who can simply desire a universe and have it be, cannot be burdened with the responsibility of mercy in the same way a limited and imperfect society is. Is god so limited?
To be continued!