That really didn't answer my question at all.
What I'm getting from your first post is that, because you believe in God, ethics are somehow irrelevant or beneath you. That's what I'm looking to find out is (a) if I'm understanding your point correctly, and if yes, then (b) why God makes ethics irrelevant.
And as to your example, to say you wouldn't pull the lever because it robs the omnipotent being of his power of choice kind of ignores the possibility that he might be choosing you to act as his intermediary in that given moment, doesn't it? It also seems to suggest that you'd rather not get the flu shot, or jump out of the way of a speeding car, or agree to chemotherapy, or make millions of other weekly choices you might have to make. I'm wondering how you reconcile this desire to leave things up to God with daily living.