Jst step aside from what you think god or A&E think for a minute, do you think it was wrong?
No, I don't think it was wrong.
Nothing that Jehovah god does, (or, more accurately, is reported in the bible to have done) can ever be wrong. It may take mind-bending, pretzel-like twists of logic, but whatever god does is right. Even when god says one thing in one part of the bible and the opposite in a different place.
Even when, as in the flood, god kills all those people (including babies and toddlers) for behavior that they could not have known was wrong, because god had not told them it was evil and wrong, because Moses had not brought the laws yet. And Jesus would show up centuries later not to abolish the laws of Moses but to fulfill them, like a prescription, or drive over them like a monster truck, or rewrite them like a sleazy lawyer, or whatever that passage means when it's at home.
God destroyed them all in a great inundation because he knew in advance that they were doing stuff against the rules that he had not yet given them, but that he would have given them someday in the future when they were already dead because he drowned them. I think I need Douglas Adams to give me some verb tenses appropriate to describe the actions of a being outside of space and time.
Once we all accept that, the things that Jst says make perfect sense.
Enslavement, sex with your servant woman, incest, wiping out other ethnic groups, stoning gays or people accused of witchcraft to death--all good if Jehovah god orders it or approves of it. Even the attempted murder of your own nearly grown son is fine and dandy 'cause god said so.
You can tell that god approves of an action by what happens to the people after they do it. If they enslave or kill their neighboring tribes and are rewarded with land, wealth, etc. in the bible, then god approved. If they enslave or kill their neighboring tribes and get smited with pestilence and plagues of frogs, then god did not approve. Easy, right?
The very same action or behavior is [usually but not always] bad if a different god or a non-god-appointed human leader tells you to do it. You cannot just decide for yourself what is good or bad, willy nilly. Sometimes god wants you to do something that he just absolutely smote someone else for doing. Like enslavement. Other times he lets stuff slide for thousands of years before telling people that it is [now] wrong to do. Like incest. Simple, yes?
If at some future date the JW's decide that something they currently think is forbidden should be allowed, or vice versa, it is easy peasy. Just say that before, you had an incomplete understanding of what god wanted. Now you know and it's all good. So now you can start [or stop] having blood transfusions. And now you should stop [or start] having sex with your siblings.
And that is what makes morality objective. Ya see.