And what matters more, in such regards, shall forever remain subjective. Things like ethics, morals, and religion can seldom be deductively proven in a sound manner, whatever side you are on.
Assuming one subscribed to the premise that morals came from God, they would be hypocritical not to subscribe to God's free will, allowing others to have their own belief as to where morals come from.
Judge ye not be judged.
If you have the time, please watch the film "Contact."On the contrary, I've always noticed option in this life. A duality. A separate path. Yin and yang. Left and right. On and off. It isn't one or the other; merely because we utilize one function, does not mean the counter opposite does not exist.
'' Assuming one subscribed to the premise that morals came from God, they would be hypocritical not to subscribe to God's free will''
Free will is very much a misconception and poorly understood concept. The only one who truly has ''Free will'' Is God...
what we have in reality is free agency or freedom to choose right or wrong. You cant will yourself to fly. You can jump off a building but then gravity will take over. You wont be able to fly no matter how set in your mind that i have freedom of will to do so.
''Judge ye not be judged.''
one of the most quoted yet clearly misunderstood and misinterpreted verses people like to say in defense of an action or moral stance.