“God commands it.” makes any evil act a positive.
Socrates got many things right. One was "man does not do wrong things against his will" or the like. There are so many similar quotes that finding the best is just an effort. It is all about always doing good, not just thinking that we are doing good.
Plato's account of the trial, 28a: he ought only to
consider whether in doing anything he is doing right or wrong — acting
the part of a good man or a bad.
So if someone tells us to do something, and also represents god, and we believe in god, we are likely to do it. God was likely created to control the masses. Created by evil or good people, but either way it was for control. It is still being used for control today. By telling someone it is good to follow the direction of god and god directs what we know to be evil behavior, which part is wrong? this is the two negatives making a positive, a bit of math, again. It is obvious once we eliminate the god, that both are negative. Both the doing and believing are just wrong.