For the record, this is the question and answer you referenced:
"As far as I can tell, Amoh's leans toward the former but neither view reflects what I think is unique to the one in the bible."
Roswell then asked:
What is it that you see as unique to the one in the bible?
It is unique in that when clearly seen, it resolves the dichotomy between the bland 'family values' view and the 'psychotically mad' view of bible morality. I won't pretend to be able to describe that in an A2k post.
As you can see, I plainly said that it would be impracticle to answer that in a single a2k post, so there was no 'dodge' on my part. But to expand on it a little, what I see as unique to the bible's system of morality was its consistency, lack of contradiction, and applicability in every aspect of life. It was learned over a period of 60+ years, so it is literally the story of my life. I'd think you'd understand that it isn't something I could print on a bumper sticker. That's as honest an answer as I can give.
But hey, if you want details, feel free to ask.