Originally Posted by j. d. worthington
Even then, you're still dealing with a subjective morality; it is just that it is an individual god (no particular deity really gets favor in the question of which one, though some are obviously even less likely than others) rather than another which comes up with the rules. And so far, none of the gods posited have "come up with" a set of morals worth a hill of beans, at least not in their totality (and frequently in the majority of the rules set forth).
I used "God" with a capital G, and hypothetically. If an entity creates and transcends reality itself, the subjective/objective distinction disappears, no? (This is a purely philosophical point.)
As for the argument that no god has come up with a set of morals worth a hill of beans, of course they haven't. No god has ever come up with any morals at all, in my view.