Furthermore, I would argue that a narcissistic being doesn't deserve worship. If god did exist then it must be the case that either he would not want to be or he would not deserve to be worshipped. Therefore even if it were true both that there were a god and that morality was determined by his will, there still could be no moral imperative to worship him.
This is implicit in the statement that loving beings do not want to be worshipped, narcissistic beings want to be worshipped.
If you read the disproof in my homepage you will see this more clearly presented.
It just seemed to me that many people would advocate worship and veneration of divinities regardless of narcissism. Think of the tradition of a jealous god, or the panoply of vain Greek and Roman deities. That's the only reason I thought it might not be redundant.
Obviously, most nontheists would balk at this. I can certainly see, however, where it could be implied for any independant minded individual. :)