Well, since it says in the Bible that if a woman happened to touch the genitals of her husband's attacker while helping to fight him off, her hand must be chopped off, any inbuilt morals in the bible credited to their god are suspect.
Apes and other primates show signs of having morality built in,via genetics, and it generally accepted that we humans do too. They seem to help when we prefer living in groups. Believers like giving all the credit for everything positive to their god, but if they won't consider other, more plausible possibilities, any seeking of the truth on their part is fruitless.
We humans, were we not genetically prone to be sort of nice to each other, would exist in much smaller numbers, in much smaller groups, and if that we're the case, the religious would be taking all the credit for whatever social norms we experienced in those conditions.
I assume that at some point in the future, the religious are going to look at all the morbidly obese folks in the country and find a biblical verse that both predicts and justifies the extra weight and claim it as yet another proof that god loves us, or whatever.
Edit. Corrected horrid spelling caused by my self-correcting ipad. Which doesn't correct iPad.