If this is about morality, do we have a digression from the question?
Are we suggesting choices for the advantage of humanity may be flawed - or ones to do with an invisible divinity none of us have met =or /= some other humans control tactics?
I think you may find we each will confuse the two in this debate!
I think it was in Africa where when you went round for coffee you had to sleep with the guys wife in order not to offend his household!
Everyone was happy so no sin was committed!
Only if disease becomes attached does it develop sinister connotations in reality!
Obviously every house wife was wanting George Clooney round for coffee but that's another story!
I can think of a few guys I'd be asking if they wouldn't mind me going round cuz their coffee is the best I ever tasted!
So choice is an invitation to make mistakes = like why did I bring this kid into the world after going round to so and sos for coffee mularkey - did I get worked over that day? etc!
But so long as harm none is an accepted part of the whole I think humans can construct their own godless morality = which is largely why I have no argument with consenting individuals in various things they may choose to do which I may find distasteful - ! Due all of our conditioning though we have a plethora of acceptable boundaries which themselves often cause more problems than the reality of whatever problem is being argued.
So in this respect a godless world may seem an improved world and not a free for all slaughterhouse everyone panics about!
Coffee anyone - oh bring your own wife cuz I live alone !lol
However - many humans have been imprinted with a morality which oversteps what is essential for humanity and our pleasureable living and attempts to impose its dynamic on the rest of the human race to an extent that it demonises and often sacrifices them no matter how peaceable they may be.
So did the first man and woman have a choice?
Or were they deliberately denied having been given the option to do an imaginary wrong?
And what is 'wrong' anyhow apart from anothers perception? - except in the harming of others (is this the only true sin?)
And was that the kiss of death for them?
I will take 5 cuz the carousel is making me dizzy right now!