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My answer is based on Plato (and classical Greek philosophy), so it may be not what you are looking for, but it might help: Good, in general, as you can imagine - the most "Good" (The best is not right word here) is God itself, and anything that is somehow is good 'has some sort of share' with "The Good", therefor with The God, so Good is Divine. If something is more "Good", then that is more "Divine" and vice versa. Also, "Bad"/"Evil" has no substance, or real ontology - it's just lack of Divinity, that means lack of Good.
Conclusion: anything that is Good is Divine, and anything that is Divine is Good.