>>there are objective ways to judge right/wrong, good/bad, just/unjust.
Please, enlighten me.
>>Additionally, even if one believes in a god, it's still "one person's opinion" as to which holy book to follow, which parts of that book are core and which can be written off, which sect's school of thought to follow, etc.
Actually, if one does what you did, and cherry picks which doctrines to follow they wouldn't be following the teachings fully. That is more of a reflection of the human, not so much the chosen religion.