we are living in the most moral, ethical, peaceful and fairest society in all of human history.
1- To say that we live in the most moral society you must first assume morality exists. Secondly it has to be judged by that standared. If you are measuring morality by a standard other then God, you must first establish what that standard is, and measure society by it. [Moral and Ethical are redundant]
2- Peaceful society: I dont know where you are getting this from, but we are barely out of the 20th century which has saw more bloodshed and loss of life then any century proceeding it.
3- Fairest society: Do I really need to prove the case here. We live in a world where 1% controlls over 90% of the wealth. I could go on and on about fairness, and it would be very easy to dismantle this ideological fairytale of yours.
The reality is that your "absolute" morality includes anything that your god deems good. According to your holy book "the god of Jesus Christ" sometimes favours genocide, infanticide, kidnap, rape, slavery, mysogyny and homophobia.
Morality be divine fiat is no morality at all.
As compared to what? The reality is that your "Absolute" morality includes anything that Cofty deems good.
therefore morality defined by decree of Coty is no morality at all.
For anybody reading your moral rants cofty, its easy to spot out your arguments are non sequitur. [ Premise: No moral absolute / Conclusion: Peaceful, Fairness, Ethical is Good and Genocide, infanticide, kidnap, rape, slavery, mysogyny, homophibia BAD ]
Whats ironic is that you insist on there being no moral absolute, yet you use ethics as a positive basis to demonstrate that we live in such a great culture! [without actually demonstrating what ethics actually is by the way]
Theists love to feel secure in the knowledge that there is an "absolute" standard of morailty out there, like Plato's essential triangle, by which all actions can be measured.
Yet at the same time [ironically enough] you are MEASURING the morality of god by some unnamed standard yourself!
To this I can only retierate your own words:
It is a desire that belongs to the simplicity of our childhood.