What any specific human thinks about right or wrong suggests no truth about the universe, and is really of no import in the grand scheme of things.
Then why do we appoint judges and put people on trial and mete out sentences?
I thought that was all about distinguishing between what is essentially considered to be right and wrong and to encourage right and discourage wrong.
It's only important to us. Our 'truths' are only relevant to us. I have consistently said this all along.
Well then, you can't say that the parents in this case have found an irrelevant truth - or that it's wrong. And if they're not wrong - why are they being punished?
I myself, am not in agreement that one's truth is only relevant to that person and they are permitted to act accordingly.
But I also don't have any problem admitting that whether one believes in a religion - any religion at all - or not - our society and culture and thus our view of justice has been indelibly influenced by what most people would consider to be a 'religious' or Christian or 'deluded superstitious' (if it makes you feel better to call it that) ethos.
You can't have it both ways.