September 19, 2011
The Bible appears to suggest that God is the supreme authority regarding what is right and wrong and that questions about what God wants humanity to understand regarding right and wrong should be referred to God (James 1:5).
The Bible also appears to suggest that after Adam and Eve’s rejection of God, human fallibility and intentional alteration of God’s guidelines might have created new versions (http://blogspotthinker.blogspot.com/2011/09/religious-diversity.html). Consequently, for the truth, God appears referred.
The Bible also appears to suggest that the relationship between God and humanity is fundamentally individual and that God’s perspective on what is right in a particular circumstance might be different than human perspective regarding that instance. Such misapplication might even be based on human understanding of God’s laws (Numbers 12).