Kindly explain how you know the makeup or operation of God's moral compass.
Well, gee, there's an entire book and a plethora of religious denominations centered around the Christian God and on what he did in his early days and his later days. How your God acted throughout the Bible, pretty much sums his moral compass up.
You seem to presume that it is the same as mine or yours? God is not a physical being with the same limited mind and abilities.
Uh, you did say this:
What I'm saying is that ALL people were created by God and equipped with, built with, an ability to understand and embrace what is 'right' and what is 'wrong' according to the moral standards He has set.
You say God equipped us with a moral compass, with these moral standards it set for us. Well, uh, there you go?
And kindly please explain how you know that God i- ah right, no evidence. Forgot about that.
I will use the example of 'imminent domain' to illustrate. You have no legal right to arbitrarily seize another person's property thus making any effort to do so 'wrong.' However, the very authoritative bodies that declare it wrong for you and I are able to seize or claim property within the confines of the law.
I have no LEGAL right, but I CAN seize your property without a thought lending to the notion that stealing it is 'wrong'. Legality and ability are completely different things while the area between them, morality, just sits there in this case.
Another example: I can tell my children that arguing with an adult is 'wrong' but I can argue with another adult and not be wrong. In other words, the maker of the 'right' and 'wrong' may not necessarily be bound to them in the same manner as those to whom the maker has given the standards to.
-_-, so what you're saying is, the moral standards God supposedly gave humanity are only for humanity but not himself such as not killing
? So it can do whatever it wants? In what way is that "good"? Do you know how stupid that is? That's like giving birth to 10 children and then giving them strict rules to not steal and not kill while you just shoplift and assassinate random homeless people out on the streets. It's hypocritical.
By the way, I'm using my moral compass right now that God supposedly gave me to judge him. Do you see any problems yet?
And, for the record, I am in no way conceding that the accusations you made against God are true.
But..you kinda did..
I do not understand what you are getting at here.
Because we believe that God created us all with a sense of 'right' and 'wrong'....Christian or not.
You say that God created all of us with an innate sense of "right" and "wrong", aka morality. Then you said, it doesn't matter if we're Christian or not to have this morality installed by Human IT Tech God. And from that alone, you implied it doesn't matter if you're Buddhist, Hindu or whatever, God gave you morality.
Then when I asked you to clarify, you said that by "we", it is only Christians and those who acknowledge God/Yahweh in other religions get this innate, "objective" morality effectively excluding the people who DON'T acknowledge Yahweh at all.
Then in the following sentence you say:
Some societies have (with or without acknowledging God) embraced it better than others.
Going against what you said earlier about "objective" morality and what you just clarified. Do you see now?
Then what are you referring to? That was a "different flavor" and "size" right?
The non-theist account for morality lacks any consensus and all assertions are subjective.
FINALLY, YOU SORT OF UNDERSTAND!