Well, if the morality was from God, and He decided to add it as an absolute to the universe He created, then no, in our universe, it wouldn't be relative.
It would be just as arbitrary and meaningless, though.
So the majority is allowed to impose its beliefs on the minority?
To an extent, yes.
Murder is only if it's sin.
No, murder is an unlawful killing. God did not kill people in accordance with any law.
If the question is why kill the children? Well, they're still sinners, are they not?
Not noticeably, no.
In addition, do you serious contend that children should be held to the same level of accountability as adults? that a toddler who hits a sibling should be sent to jail for assault?
Don't the Gnostics believe that you have to come to some sort of understanding of God to be saved? Would that then make it impossible for those with mental illnesses to be saved? You'd love that god, really?
I don't know enough about Gnosticism to really say, but I do know that they hold that the OT God was an impostor, thus explaining his actions.
And, to be honest, your version of God doesn't let the mentally ill into heaven either, since quite a few of them are incapable of accepting Jesus as their saviour.
So an infinitely evil can not be punished by an infinite punishment and be just?
A human cannot commit an infinite evil.
Even killing every living person is not infinitely bad.
According to who are these the purposes of Justice?
Canadian Government, and pretty much every philosopher of law.
Well, Christ's Holiness and goodness would be imputed into the sinner, as well having the sinner cleansed. That would, legally, make the man worthy to enter.
That's still not just.
So, you sin, so that one person who deserves to die won't kill another person who deserves to die? I don't think saving the life someone who is evil is enough to insult God.
No one deserves death.
Further, giving someone so much as an extra second free of the eternal torture that you are so sure awaits them would seem to justify any action.
Besides, gives them longer to repent, does it not?
But utilitarianism isn't the goal here.
No? Why shouldn't our goal be to maximize happiness while minimizing suffering? Sounds like a good goal to me.
God's already dealt with evil, so I don't know why you're complaining. He's just letting the world progress as His children, who He has chosen since before the creation of the universe, come to Him.
God has not dealt with evil, because there is still evil in the world. Evil he created, no less.
May those who accept their fate be granted happiness;
Those who defy it, glory!