I'm a storyteller, so in the natural course of things I often find myself telling stories about the gods.
Incest. Murder. Sexual Coercion. To name only some. All the things you're not supposed to do.
The Church Fathers made much of the immorality of the pagan gods. (Considering how their god is said to behave, this strikes me as pretty damned chutzpadik.) But it's no real surprise to hear that the Church Fathers didn't understand gods, not even their own.
They're gods, in another category of being. They don't operate according to human law. They have their own.