You chose the Bible as the source based on your personal feelings and opinions.Irrelevant to the issue because it was the Biblical testimony that influenced my beliefs and personal feelings and and opinions, whatever the differences you see or dont see.
Of course, based on my personal feelings and opinions, no more objective than yours.absolutely, whilst it seems you have you own ideas of morality.
You should. It is a clear set of moral instructions, written in English so no interpretation issues and just as objective as the Bible, according to your part-formed quote-mined definition.I have never studied the law of the jungle.
You are not the only person to have personal feelings or opinions. Among other people who have them are the human beings who wrote, interpreted, rewrote, translated and updated the Bible, which consequently was influenced by their personal feelings and opinions. At least my subjective morality is determined by me and not by the personal feelings and opinions of long dead people from a completely different culture.The Bible is objective in that it isnt influenced by my personal feelings.