So many of the threads in this section deal in one way or another with what is right and what is wrong. Since no moral standard has been agreed upon it seems logical to assume that, whenever morals are discussed, we are talking about majority opinion. When opinion is codified into law morality can be eliminated in favor of legality in cases that are covered by law. In the other cases people can make whatever moral judgement they wish to make, but for what purpose?
One of the things Christianity is used for is establishing a basis for moral judgements. This seems to be a misuse of original Christian teachings which exclaim, in one of the clearest and most powerful commandments, "judge not!" Is it possible that one of the main thrusts of Christianity, and maybe other religions, is to acheive a personal state where moral judgements are not made?