Euthyphro's Dilemma: "Is what is morally good commanded by God because it is morally good (#1), or is it morally good because it is commanded by God (#2)?"
The bible follows culture. Culture changes -> bible and the interpretation of bible changes.
#3. Goodness is that which resembles the nature of God.
I don't even know what God is. I can't answer this question.
It depends on how you define "God." If you go by traditional colloquial definitions it would be #2, because goodness is an essential characteristic of the most common characterization of "God." But if by "God" you mean something less beholden to
cultural tradition, it could be #1, although that does assume that you believe in an articulable definition of "morally good."
If you go with #1 your saying there's a morality outside of God.
No, I chose 1 because I think it's good because He determined it's good. Which fits under 1. After determining then He comanded, 2 different acts.
That doesn't fit under 1. If he determined it to be morally good it was never morally good to begin with. 1 is assuming it was already morally good before God determined that it was morally good.
There was room for interpretation. It's not due to his commandment.