There is a Jewish law forbidding putting a michshol, a stumbling block, in front of a blind person. This is extended also to mean that one should not lead others into sin, including providing the means for a non-Jew to practice idolatry.
In the creation account, the plural verb is used in Bereishit 1:26 ("na'aseh adam", let US make man).
When asked about the plural and that people might conclude from it that there are multiple separate powers at play here, Hashem says (Midrash Aggadah 1:26:1)
אמר הקב"ה למשה כתוב מה שאני אומר לך, וכל הרוצה לטעות יטעה
Hashem said to Moshe "write what I tell you to write -- whoever wants to err, will err"
Since there are opinions that even shituf is forbidden to non-Jews, wouldn't Hashem's allowing people to draw the simple conclusion that there are multiple actors/powers be a michshol that he is putting in their way, leading them to a sinful behavior?