@x calibur here's my main issue with what you're saying. in order for absolute morality to exist, moral and immoral actions by definition must have meaning in and of themselves. the consequences of those actions must flow from the inherent meaning that they possess, and not the other way around. otherwise the morality itself is inconsequential and it is only the reward/punishment which is said to have meaning. for example... if you return a wallet you find on the street. the moral worth of that action stands on its own. whether or not the recipient rewards you or even thanks you has no bearing on the meaning or morality of the act. all that aside, i'll concede it probably doesn't make much sense for a god to make an amoral world where actions don't carry over consequences into the afterlife, if promoting moral virtue is his main objective. but if i'm being honest i also don't understand why morals which seem uniquely suited to human life on earth would also govern the eternal realm.