You realise you have refuted your own argument here, don't you?<quoted text>
Morality is relative, it requires no absoluteles. Especially absolutes conjured up by people who suffer from the mental illness of faith.
You have made a moral judgement that those of faith absolutely cannot define morality due to their mental condition.
So you make an absolute moral statement to prove absolute morality does not exist.
And you want to convince me that yours is the "sane" position?
Why would I assume that, when you contradict yourself?