No not at all I merely am classifying the Christian morals, other religions hold other things as 'moral obligations' so I am simply specifying the 'class' of morals Sorry for that misunderstanding. However, am I right in what I say with what that means for you or am I still off?
There's a huge diversity in Dutch christians, how conservative they are and how conservative they are not. We've actually got a Bible Belt, where parents don't get their children vaccinated, because 'it's God will if you get ill'. I can get angry about that; it's their children they bring in danger, that's just bad. And there are some christian political parties. I think that's a bad thing: there is a division between religion and government, so I think it's wrong to base your political believes on the Bible. They're anti-abortion, anti-stem cell research and anti-euthanasia. I think that's a wrong thing. Of course: there are some fine christian morals such as loving thy neighbour and stuff. But those are morals you can find almost everywere. I won't say my moral system is based upon my catholic upbringing. I'm an estheticist, yes, for a huge part because of my catholic upbringing, but is that a moral system? I don't know.
Aha so that's kind of what I thought you meant. Really everybody has a moral system, even 'athiests' know that killing is wrong (most of them anyway ) or at least 'feel' that it is and that's inherently based on culture's involvement with religion (as well as laws based on it) but I agree that refusing medical treatment because it's 'God's will' is wrong to a point, sure it's God's will but there's nothing to say you shouldn't do your best to deal with it with what God has given.
P.S. Side-note, 2 Corinthians 10:5 states '..and take every thought captive to obey Christ' so to say that basing your political view on the Bible is wrong, is wrong, when we turn to Christ we submit every area, even our mind and thoughts, to obey Christ.