Apologists for various religions often say murder is obviously wrong. That often tracks if you imagine from the perspective of a human. However, I don't see how that could possibly be what a God would think.
To illustrate my point, the often given example is would you be okay with your child being murdered. If you imagine a human's perspective, then the general conclusion is it is not okay.
However, God can just bring humans back to life.
If I could bring my loved ones back to life or just go to the world of the dead to speak with them, my loved ones being murdered would not bother me, as long as they did not get too hurt.
In movies where loved ones die and get revived, do you expect their loved ones to throw a funeral and grieve like they died for good? Would you be perplexed as to why anyone would react to their loved ones temporarily dying, even while they weren't watching, the same way as permeant death?
I know some humans think that life is a gift from God, however, by that logic shouldn't death be too?
As for rules for society, it does not make sense either, as society cannot really murder itself to death, as humans would form self protecting gangs. Even if a lot of humans die, so what? You can just revive them.
The point is, far from being obvious murder is wrong from God's perspective, the only perspective that should count, it doesn't seem to make any sense.
Has anyone relevant explained why they think God should think murder is wrong? Other than just saying: "Look, the humans think it is wrong." as if that proves anything.
(Similar issues exist for many common human morals from God's perspective)