I grew up in christianity. It is the water I swim in every day. Most of the people I deal with daily, are christians. And I was an active and devout christian for a large chunk of my life. I have never voted for a candidate who was not a christian. And indeed running for office in this region requires being a christian.What happens is that the two Ethics cross Streams like in Ghostbusters. In Judaism and in Islam, that person may have a tougher choice than I would as a Christian; we are no longer under the Law of God but are now under the Law of Christ; I can Lie to save my Daughter. Saint James said that if we keep the Royal Law, which is 'Love your Neighbor as you Love yourself', as Christians we are doing well (though we could be doing better). Mr Laurier, I may be the better choice out of the Christians here to show you true Christianity. If we Love our Neighbor but one day tell a Lie, we're still doing well because we Love our Neighbor...
You present an absolute, that you must never lie, PERIOD. But when confronted you return to the more nuanced way. You agree that your "objective morality" fails. But you still try to minimize that failure. Your list of magical commands leaves no room for nuance. For situations that require thought. YOU are already better than your god. But you need to justify and rationalize your gods absolute commands.
To lie to save a life, is the right moral choice. And while you know this to be true, you cannot let yourself admit it.
You must tapdance around the issue.