Right can be defined as moral and wrong can be defined as immoral. We can never agree on what moral and immoral are. This is all so subjective. We can see no objective truth out there that shows us what is moral. It is just so much opinion. The God idea becomes just so much “my dog is bigger than your dog” Religions can’t agree on what is moral/immoral. They insist there has to be an absolute truth. Truth cannot be relative they say. Here is another way to look at it.
Put aside moral and immoral for a minute. Right is what is true and wrong is what is false. Perhaps true is moral and false is immoral. This is more like a math equation than some Godly authority telling us we are all sinners. Interestingly, we can have an “absolute truth” notion with this line of thought. Absolute truth is what actually happened as opposed to some deception about what happened. Truth is absolute and it will not go away. Truth is everywhere and has all power. It can even be thought of as all knowing. Funny thing about truth, it is not a person or a God. Truth is what we do and what we did. Truth won’t go away. Truth inevitably is accepted or fought against. Fighting against truth is called denial. So was something immoral? Who cares? I am not judging at all if it is immoral. It is true or it is false. It happened or it did not happen. We don’t have to judge any more. Now, why not love and forgiveness instead of judgment and hatred. We don’t need to know what someone else did. They know what they did.