Does God have ears because it says, "God heard the sound of your words" (Deut. Does God have a mouth since it says, "God spoke to us" (Deut. Does God have an arm since it says, "I shall redeem you with an outstretched arm" (Exodus 6:6)?
Does God have a hand, as it says, "I raised My hand to give it to Abraham" (Exodus 6:8)? So why does the Torah use human terms to describe God?
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As for the specific verse you cited in Genesis, what does it mean to be "in the image of God"?
Humans are like God in the sense that we have free will.
Free will does not mean picking chocolate over vanilla.
That's simply a preference, just as a cow chooses to eat hay instead of grass.
As explained in the Talmud (Sanhedrin 58b), they include the prohibition against theft, murder, and sexual immorality.