I don't reckon you have ever talked to a christian about God. (Respectfully, not in a deep manner anyway) If they agreed with that definition - then they really have little understanding of their god. Most Christians would not see god in such a shallow dimensional manner. His overarching character trait which you omit is holiness.
Still, I am not a theist, so it's no skin of my nose save and except that it would be nice to see some intellectual honesty.
The question of a clone having a soul is an interesting one. You would need to believe that people have souls in the first place. I don't so a clone is not going to have one. On the other hand, if you believe in a soul, then it would be interesting to consider the idea of a clone.
Is it the theist's view that a soul is separate from the body and the mind. Or is it a combination of both. I think the bible indicates that god made adam from the dust and then breathed into him - adam becoming a living soul. Was he a dead soul prior to the breath or did he become a soul as a result of the breathe? I don't know. It all sounds a bit far fetched to me.
Is a soul part of our DNA or is it separate - like the consciousness? Is our consciousness part of our DNA? I'm no scientist.
In my view - it would be no. humans don't have souls. And a clone is the photocopy of DNA.