Always antecedent to religion.  Among gentiles, not necessarily related to religion.  Ancient secret societies aimed to improve morals.  And religion.  Concept of God as king-judge fostered. 
Acceptance of duty.  Awareness of relativity of relationships.  Barely superanimal unless progressive.  Discipline of self by divine ideals.  Ethical values by which duty demands man abide.  Futile without cosmic insight.  Indigenous to human personality.  Indispensable to human progress and survival.  Inexplicable without God.  Insight into rightness and wrongness, eternal fitness of human relationships.  Interaction of liberty and loyalty.  Motivation of goals.  Recognition of progressive obligation to Supreme Being.  Superanimal but wholly evolutionary. 
Disseminated by morally fragrant persons.  Evolution of morality not wholly dependent on revelation.  Family life is progenitor of true.  Highest moral choice is to do God’s will.  In spiritual greatness, morals are subordinate to unselfish service.  Inferior moral standards cannot invalidate presence of Adjuster.  Is to religion as duty is to love.  Jesus never concerned with morality as such.  Jesus taught morality from relation of man to God.  Lowering morals produces sense of guilt.  Man’s understanding of morality only relatively true.  Modern religion’s overstressed and isolated morality.  Moral choosing usually accompanied by conflict.  Never advanced by law or force.  None would exist without religion.  Of act determined by motive.  Pharisees spiritually blind but thoroughly moral.  Potential evil necessary for moral choosing.  Religion is ancestor of.  Salem missionaries’ failed attempt suddenly to raise.  Soil in which revealed religion germinates.  Usually acquired among primitives with appearance of language.  Well-ordered society nurtures.