I never said we were separate from it we are just different and unique among all others for a long list of reasons.
All species have a long list of characteristics in which the differ from others. I don't get your argument.
If morals are a cultural thing then how do you explain the massive list of people who have gone against all notions of their societies?
That's precisely the way moral precepts change. There are people who believe something we do is wrong and should be done in a different way in order to further our development and better our lives. Their ideas gather momentum and 'infect' other people. After a sufficient amount of time they become standard. This is how we got rid of slavery, gave women equal rights, started to abhor child abuse, started to punish crimes against humanity (especially genocide) and so on. All of the above is something your god has practically commanded in the past, but is now considered appalling at best. Your god either demanded or approved of slavery, it was his will that women and children be property of the man, he commanded mass murder (more precisely the wiping of entire nations, therefore genocide).
Your moral law giver gave humanity those same laws that some peoples we now call terrorists are trying to enforce in their own societies and the rest of the world is trying to prevent that. Allah as seen by the Taliban is a lot like your own god (actually, it is
your own god, since Islam as an Abrahamic religions is just another offshoot of Christianity), but Sharia law is something even you would probably find too gruesome for words.
And I never said God was morals. I said he is the moral law giver yet he also gives us free will.
And for that free will he's willing to punish us. He used to, didn't he? He punished Adam and Eve for their free will. He drowned the world because people had the audacity to exercise their right to free will. And by 'talking' to a bunch of 'holy' men he keeps on punishing people for exercising their god given right - the Jews, the supposed witches, pagans, heretics and so on. How does that compute? Would you really find it just to punish your child for doing something after telling him he can do whatever he wants? And how exactly do we have free will if it comes with a price and a whole bunch of prohibitions? My will is either free or it's not.
I've studied many religions and I haven't found one yet other then the bible that that corresponds so well to reality. Things like islam saying there is no compulsion in religion and hindus saying we should free ourselves from every single desire even if that may be your own child.C.S Lewis before he believed in God said he came to the conclusion that the only two possible religions that could be true are pantheism or christianity.
The Bible corresponding best to reality is your wishful thinking. No compulsion in religion equals free will, doesn't it? So Islam therefore corresponds better to your god's supposed ideas than your own religion (if that was true, but it isn't - Islam has just as many prohibitions as Christianity and only certain denominations hold such beliefs). Hinduism consists of various traditions that don't even begin to conform to what you claim (complete asceticism is not the norm), but I would like to point out that Jesus said a lot of those same things. Again - same geographic region, same types of beliefs. That's neither surprising nor a sign of any of them being right.
C.S. Lewis' conclusions are simply wrong, because they are the product of his own wishful thinking. He believed something therefore he was convinced that one or the other version of his own beliefs are the only possible ones. Most people who have firm beliefs in something will claim the same, regardless of the origin of their beliefs.
How can Christianity be 'one true religion' when its own members can't decide on what their one single holy book even means? There are over 30 thousand
denominations with vastly different convictions. Which one of them was C.S. Lewis talking about? Let me guess - his own?