I believe in God but in a different way I guess.
Yeah, must be in a different way then. What the others mean I think (correct me if I'm talking rubbish please!!!) is something along the lines of: God exists, he's the reason why good and evil exist, as he is the reason why everything exists. He created good and evil, therefore they can't be things that change depending on which way people look at them, as God knows what is good and as Barrius put it, doesn't change his mind. That does not mean of course that we can know what is good and what is evil. God may want to hide that from us (the details that is) so that we use our brain, which he gave us, and think about it.
So how do you believe in God, but voted for no absolute good and evil. I must admit I had a bit of trouble following your argument in this thread. I suppose basically we are thinking along the same lines as you voted no too, but I'm a bit uncertain.
How does God come into it all in your point of view (for he must somehow as you believe in Him)? So you believe that good and evil are relative, depending on what the consequences are? I'm not too sure what you mean.... Is there just no such thing as good an evil at all? Are there no actions that can be called 'evil' and none that can be called 'good' for themselves (I believe that there are actions of people we can call good and others evil)? Do you believe that good describes a state of being, a point in time, caused by some actions (which can be good or evil) in the past? For if you say that good and evil do exist, who else created them but your God? And if he did... (see the first bit of my thread). I'm interested in what you think, as I'm not sure I understand it right now.