But pre christian gods were very human and fallible--so i don't rhink it takes Him out of the realm of godhood as much as places him in the same playing field as pagan gods.
I find the Pagan Greco-Roman Gods so much more interesting than our somewhat dull Christian concept. Even the Roman holidays that we stole are duller than the originals they're modeled after..... and yes, every Greco-Roman God was rife with very human, very flawed character traits, as were to a lesser degree the demi-Gods, often produced by God-rape.
The Greeks modeled their Gods on humans, the opposite of Christianity, where man is created in God's image, and the entire pantheon is a deep, brilliant study of the psychology of the human mind and psyche. We get many of our psychological terms from them. Narcissus, pining away into death while gazing in adoration at his own reflection, gave us narcissism. Oedipus, tho not a God, was still a Greek, and he gave us the Oedipal complex, and thru his daughter, the Electra complex.
I could go on and on, as I said above, but I think I already have.
Apologies ..... stay better !!!