Makeme, you will have to forgive me for this observation: Your arguments are appalling - and betray evidence of not being a very considered thinker. I cannot believe anyone would write "who has the rights to set the rules or line of demarcation. People or a creator?" WTF??
If we were to be guided by a "creator", especially the one who dominated societies responsbile for the so-called Holy Scriptures, we'd find all sorts of severe punishments for slaves and women, among others, and very clear cut directions on how to "deal to" people's occupying the Promised Land.
It is an absolute fiction that a deity's laws are somehow perfect whilst secular laws pale by contrast.
All the human rights you undoubtedly "enjoy" and take for granted were provided by secular law, not Biblical law. You typify individuals who enjoy your human rights but are so blind to the fact not everyone in your community has those rights.
I resent that I am in my sixties, am a law-abiding citizen who pays taxes and is still being questioned about why I and my husband want the same human rights and protections as other married couples enjoy.
If there is indeed a creator, and from my perspective, experience and common sense he does exist, what he chooses to do is his business. His ballgame, his rules, not mine.
None of us are blind to the fact that human atrocities existed in the past, the present and will continue in the future until mankind destroys himself or if there is a deity and he steps in. It is not my goal to offend you. But if the lines of demarcation set by a supernatural being who claims to have sovereignty over the universe offends you that's not my concern. That is between you and him.
I do know this though. Running and managing 4 companies of my own that many of my employees make recommendations or even rebel at my present and future goals. However I firmly, yet kindly, remind them that it is my company and the final lines lie with me. How much more so the creator of the entire universe?