Quote (Murphy16 @ Apr 27 2012 09:19am)
You sound like you're arguing with atheism. After all, what atheism is is simply saying "Nothing that we do matters because sometime before the next decade we're all going to be dead, and in the next decade our children will be dead, until existence itself will come to an end and everything we've ever done will have been dumped into this 'empty goal'."
That's not at all what atheism says. Atheism is simply the lack in a belief of a god or gods (noting of course, that some atheists take it one step further and say that they believe that no gods exist). Atheism is not a belief that says that life is worthless and that nothing we does has any meaning.
Quote (Murphy16 @ Apr 27 2012 10:59pm)
Because God created the universe and each of us as well; he knows everything about us. Therefore, He has authority to establish how He wants us to behave. He also gave us the will to choose how we want to behave.
And what makes you think that this God in which you believe (it's not an Abrahamic god, correct? Seeing as you said you don't read the Bible?) does not wish for different people to live and behave differently?
So while you think your moral code is objective and given to you by your God and that other people's moral codes are therefore subjective, how can you simply ignore the possibility that your God has given other people objective sets of morality that apply to THEIR lives, and to what your God wants THEM to do?