"In order for ethical standards to have any absolute meaning, (thereby imposing obligations on us), justice must exist; and, granted that our justice is imperfect on earth, there must be perfect justice in the hereafter; and that perfect justice must be secured by a morally perfect, omniscient, and omnipotent judge."-RC Sproul
What a great argument for a supreme being! But it's also a stepping stone to another discussion. Those who try to tear down what is moral and just in today's society are often of the mind set that a secular society, void of a Creator and His morality, is what the world view should be. No sooner than they are done insisting on a no prayer in school, or separation of church and state, they embark on a tirade of a woman's right to terminate a pregnancy and end life. Of course they don't want people to think there is a judgement after death! That faction has spent all it's efforts imposing man's will over the rule of God. Conceding they have to answer to a higher power strips them of the ability to define their own morality. It makes them cede power to a higher authority, and isn't the lust for power what drives those who seek to define our life?
Boiled down to the irreducible minimum, they refuse to humble themselves to anything. The arrogance it takes to put self over a Creator should be message enough to others that what they are selling is driven by a need to be the authority.
"Hey, over here; I'm more important than God!"
Let me know how that works out for you! They should praise God for His patience with us sinners; all the while looking out for lightening strikes. Those who put themselves in a position to assume power and define morality are simply doing Satan's work. Think about it. Who's agenda does that serve? It's not the one who made you possible, and it certainly isn't the one who died for our sins.