"'Good' is a distinction that is in humanity alone."
How do you know this? Have you ever been any sort of creature other
than a human?
"Good is what creates virtues that perpetuate. Being sane is to have a coalescent goodness, to spread virtues by benevolence, and insane is selfish virtue which is bad. You simply look at what will be the most beneficial to the whole of the biotic system that one lives in to be good. History is the means of checking, we obviously know what is good because we have the ability to learn from mistakes of the past, and come up with more beneficial solutions or ideas."
If you're sane, you can still do evil, or if you're insane you can still do good, can't you? And while we can see what is good or not, we have to consider whether what we are doing/have done/are planning to do is good for us or good for someone else. Whatever good you do, there'll always be someone around to call it "evil."
"Through all of this I raise one question.Why are people so inclined to critisize god when it symbolizes the well being of humanity?"
My problem with God is how much some people do/have idolized him, and called him, well...a god! I'm not much for worshipping anyone
, it just goes against my nature. I, myself, just don't like how the people who are so into religion have made him into this perfect being. I don't believe in perfection. Nothing is just one thing or the other, it's a mix.
Good points, even if I don't agree with all of them.