Some theists claim that without God there is really no such thing as morality. Since there is no God to define right and wrong, then who is to say what code code of morals we should follow? Here is my view. The first question that needs to be asked is; what is the purpose of morality? Without purpose then there is no point for it to exist. I think pretty much everyone would agree that the point of morals is to set a guideline of rules that make the lives of you and the people around you the happiest. Without morals and a set of rules to govern your life you would make tons of stupid descisions and be an unhappy person. So the purpose of morals is to create a standard of rules that makes for a happy life. Therefore the next question to asked is: what set of morals best accomplishes this job? Well... I can't tell you. The only way to know is to either learn from experience or gain the knowledge from older people who do have the experience. Either way it is something that must be learned via experience. Saying that you can't have morals without a God is like saying that you can't have have the blueprint for a building without a God. There is nothing devine about morality. It is like anything else and simply has to be learned. If you believe in a God then you believe that through him you can gain access to the perfect code of morals just like you also think that you could gain the perfect blueprint for a house or the perfect code for a computer program. However just like building a computer program or a house, it doesn't require a God/supreme judge. It can be learned through experience.